How Children Get Left Behind by Medicaid

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech discuss the recent McKinsey health insurance survey, the inability of children to gain access to medical care through Medicaid, and the costs that program has shoveled upon states.

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Related Links:

The McKinsey Health Insurance Survey Was Rigorous, After All

New England Journal: Two-Thirds of Medicaid Children Denied a Doctor’s Appointment, vs. 11% for the Privately Insured

Children on Medicaid Shown to Wait Longer for Care

Auditing Access to Specialty Care for Children with Public Insurance

New Study: Medicaid’s Access Problem With Dentists and Clinics

Medicaid’s Access Failure

States Battle Over Medicaid Eligibility

Reform Medicaid

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