Healthcare Reformers seek to expand Medicaid, but coverage mandates could hinder the process
This article from McKnight’s discusses how politicians in Washington, DC are wondering how President Obama plans to reform healthcare.
One of the more sweeping reform proposals is an expansion of Medicaid under the Obama administration. The newly sworn in Commander-in-Chief has previously discussed allowing more low-income citizens to enroll in the program, creating small employer tax credits and broadening the program to cover catastrophic costs for individual plan members, reports the Bureau of National Affairs. These proposals, which were made during the campaign, would cost roughly $50 billion to $65 billion annually, the news service reports.
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