Skip to comments.The feds have had it with Medicaid backlogs
Posted on 07/14/2014 12:09:39 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
Nearly 7 million people have been added to the rolls for Medicaid and a children's insurance program since Obamacare enrollment opened last fall, but the number of people still caught in an application backlog is hard to pin down. Kaiser Health News last month found 1.7 million people in 15 states were still waiting on their applications, and there's now increasing pressure to get the problem under control.
Nearly one million Floridians enrolled in a private health plan through the ACA exchange but some ... are finding that some physicians refuse to honor their coverage even when the doctors are included in the plans provider network. Some physicians say theyre concerned they wont be paid for their services by either the insurer or the patient, and that insurers are not adequately informing doctors of their inclusion in exchange plan networks.
(Excerpt) Read more at m.washingtonpost.com ...
see what happens to “single payer” when there is no doctor willing to take the pay
They've already been stiffed.
Fool me once...
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