Medicaid Works

Millions of Americans from all walks of life rely on Medicaid for themselves and their families.

Medicaid works for a diverse group of patients by improving health, keeping people out of the emergency department, and providing access to needed treatment. Medicaid also helps essential hospitals—those dedicated to caring for people in need—to provide vital support to communities, including trauma services, neonatal intensive care, and disaster response.

Medicaid Is Good for Health

Medicaid Is Good for Home

Medicaid Is Good for Communities

Medicaid Is Good for Jobs, Economy