470,000 Michiganders will be eligible for expanded Medicaid; here's what to know
An estimated 470,000 Michiganders will be eligible for Michigan's expanded Medicaid program when it opens this spring, an option for states under the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
The state isn't taking applications just yet for the program, called Healthy Michigan, and that's leaving thousands wondering when coverage will kick in. Here's what is known already:
■ Current Medicaid traditionally has covered about 1.9 million disabled people, elderly people and children in Michigan. Left out of the mix were thousands of childless adults between 19 and 64 years old.
■ Those... read more
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