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The Profound Effect of Medicaid on Children’s Health

07.2019 / By Vox

This short video explains the effect of Medicaid on children’s health. Twenty percent of American children live below the federal poverty level, which in 2018 amounted to an income of $16,460 a year for a family of two and $20,780 for a family of three. Without Medicaid, these families would not be able to afford health insurance and their access to quality care would be severely limited.

This video is one of a series of collaborations between Vox and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. See the full list of videos below.

#1: What’s the difference between Medicaid and Medicare?

#2: What Medicaid expansion means in your state

#3: The profound effect of Medicaid on children’s health

#4: An in-depth look at the citizens who rely on Medicaid



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