The “No Wrong Door” approach of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) means that you should be able to qualify for and be enrolled in the right program: No matter which program you actually apply for. No matter which application form you fill out – state or federal, online or paper. There are two equivalent but […]
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), most young adults who have aged out of Florida’s foster care system will be eligible for Medicaid until they turn 26. Click here for a fact sheet on Guaranteed Medicaid Eligibility for Young Adults who have aged out of Foster Care.
Read this report published by KidsWell Florida which consists of information about how kids currently access health care and practical ways to improve Florida’s KidCare program in order to cover more children.
The primary responsibility of Healthy Start Coalitions is to improve efficiency and effectiveness of local health care delivery systems for pregnant women and infants. Coalitions ensure that systems of care are responsive to poor pregnancy and birth outcomes. There are presently 30 community based Healthy Start Coalitions covering 64 of Florida’s 67 counties.