John R. Graham writes:
This result is important for anticipating the consequences of questioned).. About half of the 30-plus million people expected to get health insurance under ObamaCare will be enrolled in , not private health insurance. Already, the Administration asserts that four million new Medicaid enrollees have signed up via ObamaCare (but this estimate has been
Nobody should be surprised: Despite politicians’ assertion that Medicaid coverage increases the likelihood of using primary care, rather than an ER, the evidence points clearly to the contrary. For example, in soared by 17 percent two years after Gov. Romney’s law mandating insurance coverage came into effect., ER use
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See also ”Medicaid Expansion Drives up Visits to ER,” Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2014.
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