Medicaid is a federal program funded by both federal and state funds, but is administered by the states alone. States regulate the delivery of health care services under the program. Individuals may only receive Medicaid if they meet the conditions for eligibility promulgated by the state in which the individual resides; therefore, not all people with low incomes qualify. State criteria for Medicaid may include factors such as pregnancy, blindness, or disability. Eligibility may also depend upon the individual’s age, income, assets, resources, or lawful immigration status. Several states have their own separate programs that provide medical care for low-income persons who do not qualify for Medicaid.