Revived Arizona KidsCare to bring health care to 30,000 uninsured

revived-arizona-kidscare-nlciPHOENIX — KidsCare returned to Arizona on Tuesday after a more than five-year absence and advocates expect to sign up more than 30,000 children for access to free or affordable medical, dental and vision care by the end of the year.

“Insurance is more than just a card, it really represents having access to care,” said Swapna Reddy, a professor on health disparities at Arizona State University.

Blanca Muñoz knows that firsthand. More than five years ago she got a letter in the mail saying the KidsCare coverage for her three children was being dropped.

 

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