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Question: What is Medicaid?

Answer: Medicaid is a program that is usually operated by state or local welfare offices that furnish basic services to people with low incomes and those with little or no assets.

Question: Who is eligible for these services?

Answer: The elderly, the poor, and people with disabilities.

Question: What services and benefits are provided?

Answer: Such services as inpatient hospital care, physician' services, outpatient care, nursing home care, and laboratory services are provided by medicaid.

Dental care, the cost of prescription drugs, eyeglasses, hearing aids, and ambulance services are also provided.

Question: Who makes the decision on who qualifies for Medicaid benefits?

Answer: Each state has it's own rules and regulations in determining who is eligible for receiving Medicaid and what services are included.

Question: How do I get more information about Medicaid?

Answer: Call or visit your local Social Security office.

Note: Medicaid and Medicare are different entities

Contact your local Social Security Administration Office for further information on filing for Medicaid and Medicare benefits.


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