Physicians with many Medicaid patients are likely to treat more in 2014
from American Medical News
Increasing patient capacity for primary care physicians already seeing a large number of Medicaid patients might be the best way to prepare for the millions of people who will become eligible for the program in 2014 under the health system reform law. That's because these physicians are much more willing and able to handle new Medicaid patients than doctors who see relatively few people on Medicaid, according to "Physician Willingness and Resources to Serve More Medicaid Patients," an analysis by the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured and the Center for Studying Health System Change.
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