Which Health Plans Can Be Accessed by Individuals with Disabilities?

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Public and private payers alike offer a multitude of benefits for people living with disabilities. According to the CDC, up to 27 percent of adults in the United States have some type of disability, including mobility, cognition, independent living, vision, hearing, and self-care disabilities.

Adverse health conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes, are more common among those with disabilities. Therefore, affordable access to healthcare is especially important for this population. However, one in four adults with disabilities between 18 and 44 do not have a usual healthcare provider and have unmet healthcare needs due to costs.

In the following article, HealthPayerIntelligence breaks down how people with disabilities can qualify for the different health plans available.


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Apr 3, 2024
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