Medicare and Medicaid

What is Medicaid known as?

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2013-08-08 20:06:33
2013-08-08 20:06:33

Medicaid is known by different things in different states. For example in the state of Maine, it is known as Mainecare, and in the state of California as Med-Cal. Medicaid is a government funded health insurance program.

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