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Massachusetts, commonly abbreviated as MA, is a state in the north easter part of the United States with Boston as its capital.

Healthcare in Massachusetts

Healthcare in Massachusetts is provided through a combination of private and public sources. The state has a long history of providing access to high-quality healthcare for its residents, and it has one of the highest rates of healthcare coverage in the country.

Universal healthcare

Massachusetts has a universal healthcare law, known as "Romneycare," which requires all residents to have health insurance coverage. This law, which was implemented in 2006, has helped to significantly reduce the number of uninsured residents in the state.

Health insurance options

There are several options for obtaining healthcare coverage in Massachusetts, including: Private health insurance: Residents can purchase private health insurance through an employer, a private insurance company, or through the Massachusetts Health Insurance Marketplace. Medicaid: Medicaid is a government-funded healthcare program that provides coverage to low-income individuals and families. In Massachusetts, Medicaid is known as MassHealth. Medicare: Medicare is a federal healthcare program that provides coverage to individuals over the age of 65, as well as some younger individuals with disabilities.


There are also several public hospitals and clinics in Massachusetts that provide healthcare to residents, regardless of their ability to pay. These facilities include the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Medical Center, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Overall, healthcare in Massachusetts is widely accessible, and the state has a reputation for having some of the best hospitals and healthcare providers in the country.



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In the context of medicine, a 'stub' refers to a short, incomplete article or section that needs expansion. A 'template', on the other hand, is a pre-defined pattern or structure that serves as a guide for creating new pages or sections. Therefore, 'Template:Stb' is a guide used by editors to create and expand short, incomplete medical articles or sections.


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