The proposed Medicaid expansion will provide healthcare coverage to eligible uninsured families in North Carolina.
Medicaid Expansion Plan Will Provide Relief to Uninsured Families in North Carolina Amidst Health Crisis
The proposed Medicaid expansion will aim to give relief to uninsured families amidst the current health crisis in various parts of the country despite facing rejections from the state before.
With the passing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), various states will expect Medicaid expansion, which will allow millions of Americans struggling to pay their medical bills to receive healthcare coverage from the program.
With the Medicaid expansion, the increasing number of uninsured low-income families in the state is expected to lessen after receiving healthcare coverage from extending the program’s benefits to residents who cannot afford to go to healthcare centers or hospitals and pay medical bills.
Eligible Uninsured Families Will Receive Healthcare Coverage Following the Medicaid Expansion in North Carolina
Following the Medicaid expansion, uninsured families in North Carolina with income under 138% federal poverty level in the state will be entitled to the expanded healthcare coverage, which will help them access the health benefits they deserve.