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Federally Qualified Health Center (Fqhc) The term 'Federally Qualified Health Center (Fqhc) ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as ' Health centers that have been approved by the government for a program to give low cost health care. Medicare pays for some health services in FQHCs that are not usually covered, like preventive care. FQHCs include community health centers, tribal health clinics, migrant health services, and health centers for the homeless'.
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