Wednesday, August 1, 2012

States Limiting Drug Prescriptions For Medicaid Patients

A federal mandate with limited funds needs to cut services to make a budget?

The deuce you say!

Sixteen states have set a limit on the number of prescription drugs they will cover for Medicaid patients, according to Kaiser Health News.
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Medicaid is a federal program that is carried out in partnership with state governments. It forms an important element of President Barack Obama's health-care plan because under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act--AKA Obamcare--a larger number of people will be covered by Medicaid, as the income cap is raised for the program.
With both the expanded Medicaid program and the federal subsidy for health-care premiums that will be available to people earning up to 400 percent of the poverty level, a larger percentage of the population will be wholly or partially dependent on the government for their health care under Obamacare than are now.


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  2. Who could see that one coming? LOLOLOL.

    Obamacare is the biggest con ever perpetrated on the American people. Wait until the real taxes kick in and more and more actual healthcare disappears.

    Congratulations, America!!


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