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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Charity Care Programs: What They See on the Horizon
Charity care programs (CCPs) are an integral part of the safety-net landscape for many low-income Americans. These programs have evolved over the past several years, particularly in the post Affordable Care Act (ACA) environment, where some CCPs moved from primarily offering free- or reduced-cost patient care to providing more indirect services, such as facilitating enrollment… Read more »
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