What is Medicaid?
Medicaid is a public health care program funded by the state and federal government. It provides necessary health care coverage to certain individuals with limited income. In Ohio, a person is entitled to Medicaid health care coverage for free or at a low cost if they meet specific income and eligibility requirements. As an entitlement program, the state cannot limit the number of eligible persons enrolled in Medicaid or deny access to medically necessary services to control costs.

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1. What is Medicaid?
2. Who is covered by Medicaid?
3. How do consumers receive Medicaid services?
4. What services does Medicaid cover?
5. What are the monthly income guidelines?