Skip to comments.Oregon Study: Medicaid 'Had No Significant Effect' On Health Outcomes vs. Being Uninsured
Posted on 05/02/2013 6:13:10 PM PDT by Twotone
For three years, an incredibly nerdybut consequentialdebate has raged among health policy researchers regarding Medicaid, Americas government-run health-care program for the poor. Piles of studies have shown that people on Medicaid have health outcomes that are no better, and often worse, than those with no insurance at all. But supporters of Obamacare were cheered in 2011 when a lone study, out of Oregon, purported to show that Medicaid was better than being uninsured. Yesterday, however, the authors of the Oregon study published their updated, two-year results, finding that Medicaid generated no significant improvement in measured physical health outcomes.
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Oregon ping. I hope all is well with you & the procedure went well!
Yes, we are sooo surprised........NOT!
I will not participate in this farce called “Obamacare”.
of course it doesn’t....anyone who gets sick can go to any emergency room and get treated...period....its one of those long time “mandates” IIRC......cushy, ain’t it....
Poor people need low cost health clinics.
A Lot of useful idiots in Pacific North West. They Publish Pap which the Rats cite for the need of Obamacare. Now... oopsy, we got it wrong. I guess the check has cleared.
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