For Many New Medicaid Enrollees, Care Is Hardto Find, Report Says
WASHINGTON — Enrollment in Medicaid is surging as a result of the Affordable Care Act, but the Obama administration and state officials have done little to ensure that new beneficiaries have access to doctors after they get their Medicaid cards, federal investigators say in a new report.
The report, to be issued this week by the inspector general at the Department of Health and Human Services, says state standards for access to care vary widely and are rarely enforced. As a result, it says, Medicaid patients often find that they must wait for months or travel long distances to see a doctor.THIS PROVES WHAT THE CONSERVATIVES SAID ABOUT OBAMACARE WAS CORRECT:
IT IS MAKING HEALTHCARE FOR EVERYONE IN THE USA LIKE HEALTHCARE FOR OUR VETS WHO USE THE V/A/ HOSPITAL SYSTEM.
IF GOVERNMENT COULD DO THING BETTER THAN THE PRIVATE SECTOR, THEN THE USSR WOULD STILL BE THE WORLD'S GREATEST ECONOMY.
IF WE ANT TO HAVE A GREAT HEALTHCARE SYSTEM, THEN WE MUST REPEAL OBAMACARE.