Post-COVID Reviews, Paperwork and Human Errors Drive Medicaid Enrollment Cuts

Andrew Donaldson

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  1. Philip H

    In states like Mississippi that have refused Medicaid expansion this will be particularly devastating.Report

  2. Chip Daniels

    And to what end is this happening?
    The morbid fear that someone somewhere will get a health care?

    Like there are people smirking as they get their taxpayer provided chemotherapy or spinal taps?

    I suspect the amount of money “saved” will be less than a rounding error at the Pentagon.Report

    • Philip H in reply to Chip Daniels

      At the state level it’s a proxy for declaring who is worthy morally and who isn’t. Her in Mississippi few are deemed worthy, because poverty is seen as big a moral failure personally AND and economic necessity.Report

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