Amidst growing financial challenges, Medicaid has brought a relief to the government as its expenditure in the fiscal year ending in June has rose by just two percent as compared to last year's 10% rise. However, in 2014, the expenditure of the Medicaid will surge again as more people are likely to get enrolled.
Medicaid is one such program that covers the health of poor families. People belonging to poor families are provided with aid through Medicaid so that their medical expenses could be met with.
With the aim of keeping the expenditure of the Medicaid low, authorities have brought new laws that will make it difficult for people to get enrolled for Medicaid. The change in the laws have put states at pressure as they have to figure out the ways by which only desirable and eligible people will get the benefits of Medicaid.
Many political leaders have launched criticism over the ways Medicaid works. No matter what the political leaders are saying about the Medicaid, there is huge number of people relying over Medicaid for aid in getting their disease treated. In future, it is believed that more people will get enrolled to the program.
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