More than half a million enrollees in 11 states have already been removed from the Medicaid program as states begin the process of determining who is still eligible for coverage

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This has consequences for the quality of life and healthcare outcomes for those affected, as well as their families. Individuals removed from Medicaid often lose access to essential healthcare services, such as preventive care, needed medications, and long-term treatments. Additionally, they may be unable to afford other necessary medical expenses, such as hospitalizations or even doctor visits.

Author: Healthcare Dive