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South Dakota voters expand Medicaid, improving healthcare access for thousands. Eleven states have yet to expand Medicaid.
Los votantes de Dakota del Sur aprobaron una enmienda que pone Medicaid a disposición de los residentes que ganan menos del 138% del nivel federal de pobreza.
South Dakota voters this week passed an amendment opening Medicaid to residents making less than 138 percent of the federal poverty level.
Los votantes de Dakota del Sur decidirán la próxima semana si se aprueba una ampliación de Medicaid para incluir a aproximadamente 42,500 residentes adultos de bajos ingresos.
Voters in South Dakota next week will decide on a ballot initiative to expand Medicaid to an estimated 42,500 low-income adults.
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It is a little-known fact that many people who are eligible for low-cost health insurance coverage or financial help to pay for health care services remain unenrolled.
Home care
We’re urging federal lawmakers to make a substantial investment in home care to help people remain in their homes and communities as they age.
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Nancy LeaMond, de AARP, describe algunas victorias recientes para las personas de 50 años o más que merecen atención, como la extensión de la cobertura de telesalud de Medicare.
West view of the United States Capitol building
AARP's Nancy LeaMond profiles some recent victories for the 50-plus that deserve attention, like the extension of Medicare's telehealth coverage.
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We sent a letter to lawmakers ahead of a Wednesday hearing on expanding home care options, calling for more investments into home- and community-based care.
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