Medicare Vs. Medicaid

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Medicare and Medicaid are often confused with one another, because they are both public health-care programs.

Medicare and Medicaid are aimed at different population segments. Medicare exists to help the elderly cover long-term health expenses, whereas Medicaid is designed to help low-income Americans afford health care.

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