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Infographic: Role of elderly, disabled in Medicaid spending

Kaiser Family Foundation out today with a great infographic that shows very simply how, because their health needs are greater, we spend the majority of our Medicaid dollars on people who are elderly and disabled on Medicaid and fewer Medicaid dollars on families and children.  Nice to have some background with all the election talk about Medicaid:

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