Another political triumph — half of the United States to participate in lawsuits against POR-Care.
Medicaid is and has been a bureaucratic boondoggle of unbelievable proportion providing little health care at immense cost to the taxpayer, so it’s a given Obama’s health insurance scam would seek to increase and expand it.
There is an argument for something like Medicare that is worthy of a long post.
Remaining on point, though, the primary way ObamaCare’s sums add up is if Medicare payments are capped.
Supply and Demand isn’t just a good idea, it is the law.
ObamaCare, typical of command economics, fails to take on board the certainty of Medicare patients getting turfed, or no longer accepted, when the compensation falls below cost.
My wife, who is nurse manager at a family practice, assures me it is happening already.
Welcome to the brave new world.
Skipper the link above was to an article about Medicaid, not Medicare although you’re right about Medicare not being accepted by some providers now, the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville hasn’t accepted Medicare for quite a few years now, and more will stop accepting it as payment for their services declines. Government run medical care or anything else results in a bigger bureaucracy, not better services.