Medicaid has transformed health care for low-income families and individuals, especially children, pregnant mothers, parents and children with disabilities and special health care needs.


CHIP is a federal-state partnership program that provides health coverage options for children whose families earn too much to qualify for Medicaid but too little to afford marketplace or other coverage.

Marketplace health coverage helps lower, middle-income families purchase coverage with tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies to help reduce how much they pay out-of-pocket for health care.

Health Equity

Unwinding the Public Health Emergency

Rural Health

Other topics to explore:

Managed Care

Maternal Health

Mental Health