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Medicaid Is Latest Health-Site Victim

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posted on Dec, 6 2013 @ 09:33 PM
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Here we go again.

Now it looks like the healthcare.gov boondoggle is really on a twirl.

It seems that people who are "qualified" for Medicaid in their respective states may be facing a delay as well.

However, this delay is not an Obama "declared delay" (yet?)

With the fact that much of the info transmitted to insurance companies and now states is either incomplete or has the wrong info to begin with, many states will not be "accepting" what they get as true.

Kinda makes some sense because if the system is riddled with errors, how can anybody trust anything at all ?

This will certainly cause much grief and aggravation very soon.

The Medicaid changes were designed to help people who may be in need the most. Now they may get screwed worse than they already are.



States are warning that they may not process Medicaid enrollments from people who have signed up for the health program through the troubled HealthCare.gov site, raising the prospect that several hundred thousand low-income people who thought they had obtained insurance actually may not have it.

The federal health-insurance site, which serves residents in 36 states, is designed to sell policies from private insurers. But some people who apply for coverage through the site discover they are eligible instead for Medicaid, the joint federal-state health-insurance program for the poor and disabled.

So far, the federal government has been unable to transfer full Medicaid applications to states, potentially leaving people who sought to sign up for Medicaid through HealthCare.gov without coverage.



source from Wall Street Journal (sometimes requires a log-in) (but not always)
Medicaid Is Latest Health-Site Victim

2nd source:
Fed site gives incomplete Medicaid data

How much are all these "errors" going to cost ?





posted on Dec, 6 2013 @ 09:55 PM
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Kinda makes some sense because if the system is riddled with errors, how can anybody trust anything at all ?


I'm sorry, but we were never meant to put trust in the US federal Government.

This nation was founded with a severe DISTRUST of the PTB.

Seems far too many people have forgotten that.



posted on Dec, 7 2013 @ 04:28 PM
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neo96


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This nation was founded with a severe DISTRUST of the PTB.

Seems far too many people have forgotten that.


Indeed, and this diabolical plan called Obamacare
should give everyone a well needed refresher course.

Short of repeal, its all over but the whimpering.
though the bad taste left might clue everyone
in in time for the next round.



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