Children having healthcare is just that about one of the most important things there is to have in this world. From protecting against a nasty fever, an outbreak of chickenpox, or going to get those pesky tonsils out; kids need to be insured.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has issued a one million dollar grant to Family Health Centers Inc. which will help get even more kids enrolled in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program. After the passage of Affordable Care Act, it helped tremendously in the effort of insuring kids. These actions help make children safer, help them live happier and healthier lives than they ever could without having a reliable healthcare insurance provider; that is a tremendously good thing.
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