Ex-inmates navigate access to healthcare as many remain in Medicaid limbo
from The Guardian
Jails and prisons are enrolling people in the hope that access to care will cut recidivism and costs in the long run. Several studies argue that without healthcare, former prisoners, and especially those struggling with substance abuse or mental illness, are likely to break the law again. But enrollment by itself may not be enough because it's just the first step in a long, often difficult, process of delivering care.
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