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HMP 662 Medicaid and Disability Policy 3.0 Credits

People who qualify for Medicaid based on a disability include adults and children with disabilities that they have had since birth and others who have disabling conditions acquired through illness, injury, or trauma. Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled through disability pathways include those with physical conditions; intellectual or developmental disabilities; and serious behavioral disorders or mental illness. As such, Medicaid is the essential public program providing life-sustaining benefits to the disabled in the U.S. This course examines the public policy components of the Medicaid program related to eligibility, coverage, financing, and administration. The course also examines the history of the program to provide the context for understanding its present and future challenges.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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