The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a new report documenting that 95 percent of uninsured Latinos may qualify for Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), or lower costs on coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
This would be likely if all states took advantage of opportunities to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The report outlines uninsurance rates by state and offers several examples of what premiums might look like for Latinos.
Federal Programs Related to - Health Care, General/Other
Programs which help people achieve and maintain physical well-being through prevention, screening, evaluation and treatment and the provision of family planning, maternity and other services that relate to human reproduction.
Programs that issue insurance policies which indemnify or reimburse holders for all or a portion of the cost of hospital or medical care or lost income arising from an illness or injury. Dental Insurance Programs; HMO Programs; Health Insurance Premiums Assistance; Health Maintenance Organization Programs; Preferred Provider Organization Programs; Medical Insurance; PPOs
Federal Programs Related to - Health Care Issues
Programs that deal with the overall organization of the health care system including all aspects of the quality, costs, accessibility and
appraisal of health care and health care delivery.
Access of Health Care; Accessibility of Health Services; Availability of Health Services; Health Services Accessibility; Managed Care Programs;
The position young people are dealt with can be complex, and yet the entire economic system is still focused for an age that’s almost gone astray. The solution? Promoting social enterprise and getting these young people integrated into work.
Most Uninsured Latinos May Qualify for Lower Cost Coverage If All states Expanded Medicaid