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Basic Health Program. The Affordable Care Act offers states another option besides Medicaid and the Exchanges

April 17, 2014 

Having stable health insurance helps people obtain the medical care they need when they need it.  The Affordable Care Act (ACA) employs two main
strategies for expanding health insurance coverage—first, by providing incentives for states to extend Medicaid coverage to millions more low-income people, and second, by allowing better-off people to purchase private health insurance through new health insurance ex changes or Marketplaces.  In addition to these primary avenues, the law also provides an additional means of expanding coverage, by allowing states to run a

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