In the US, access to healthcare isn't always a given, especially for the financially disadvantaged. However, programs such as Medicaid do exist to provide some level of medical coverage for low-income individuals and families. Unfortunately, not everyone who needs this help qualifies, leaving a significant number of poor people without adequate healthcare. Also, the quality and extent of care can vary greatly, leading to disparities in health outcomes. It's a complex issue that's tied to our larger societal challenges with poverty and inequality.