Charity care programs play a critical role for individuals without access to health care. While the Affordable Care Act led many of these programs to transition from providing safety-net medical services to connecting individuals to health coverage, they are continuing to evolve to meet new challenges presented by a changing health insurance landscape.
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Sustaining Progress in 2017: Providing Health Care for Undocumented Residents
While low-income, undocumented immigrants do not qualify for federal health insurance programs, they may be able to access affordable health services via two key avenues: (1) state-funded coverage initiatives (in a select group of states); and (2) community-based charity care programs (CCPs). Over the past few years, a handful of states have championed coverage initiatives… Read more »
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