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Medicaid Law: Federal and Ohio: Introduction

Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that reimburses doctors and hospitals when they with treat people with limited income and resources. Medicaid also offers benefits not normally covered by Medicare, like nursing home care and personal care services. Medicaid is sometimes called an "entitlement" program because the amount of money available for Medicaid is not capped by the Federal government. This could change if the U.S. Congress' proposed budget resolution is passed. This guide is focused on federal and Ohio Medicaid laws. 

The following books are available at the Franklin County Law Library. They are current, unless another publication date is indicated. Everyone is welcome to use these books at the Library. Central Ohio attorneys with a library card with us may check them out.

Journals at the Franklin County Law Library.

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Susanna Marlowe
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Franklin County Law Library Reference Librarian
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