Maine Medicaid Drama Continues (all the bad news about Obamacare)

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Maine Governor LePage refuses to launch Medicaid expansion without reliable funding: “I will go to jail before I put the state in red ink.”

Here’s your future, Virginia: Medicaid expansion enrollment is 2.5x what was estimated in Alaska; state has to pour tens of millions of dollars into program because ‘state savings’ never materialized. #NorthamNightmare

Auditor: Louisiana Medicaid a poorly run ‘loosey-goosey mess’; e.g., managed care company payments to providers not being properly checked

Careful when you hitch your wagon to the Medicaid star; Chicago hospital will have to shut down unless state coughs up some money.

IG report: insurers doing a bad job detecting Medicaid fraud; insurers not telling states about fraudulent doctors/providers, leaving them free to defraud elsewhere

How to Defraud Medicaid #179 – bill program for housing Medicaid recipients staying at other motels

People only think they’re for Medicaid Expansion because they’re not hearing any of the negatives.

Obamacare rate increases outstripping inflation in Delaware, Colorado

Trump admin cuts funding for ACA navigators because the features of #TrainwreckInsurance are familiar to most people now

House GOP hiding Obamacare bailout inside HSA bill

Obamacare’s Rube Goldberg complexity traps the unwary in 5-figure subsidy clawbacks

ACA abortion-pill mandate bites the dust again, this time at Florida law school

Obamacare genius mastermind confesses they misjudged strength of opposition to ACA, somehow didn’t see the acrimony coming from ramming it down our throats. #TheFatalConceit

The Obamacare genius masterminds were going to save us from ‘junk’ insurance. So now we have narrow networks on top of high deductibles. Way to go, geniuses! #ObamacareJunkInsuance

Deconstructing the Single Payer Narrative (tweets & analysis) –

– legalize true catastrophic insurance
– return Medicaid to a poverty program


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