HHS to release $10m for uninsured native Americans
This article was originally published in Clinica
Health and human services (HHS) secretary Kathleen Sebelius has said up to $10m in grants will be released to find and enroll American Indian and Alaska Native children who qualify for, but are not yet enrolled, in the Medicaid programme and the Children’s Health Insurance Programme (CHIP).
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