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Title XIX

Definition

The federal Medicaid program, established in 1965 as Title XIX of the Social Security Act, which is administered by the states to provide funds to low-asset individuals and their service providers for health care services. Benefits provided under the program are commonly referred to as “Title XIX benefits,” “Medicaid benefits,” or “medical assistance.”

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