Medicaid expansion cuts uncompensated care costs

One would think that this is a no-brainer for healthcare providers in states such as the bloggist’s residence, but the only conclusion I can make is that the politicians in power have some other non-rational explanation for why Medicare expansion was not implemented. This article eliminates the financial part.

In states that expanded their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act, uncompensated care costs are down and revenues are up compared to those that didn’t.

http://www.fiercehealthcare.com/finance/medicaid-expansion-cuts-charity-care

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