Study: Medicaid Recipients Better Off Than Uninsured

The New York Times  (7/7, A14, Kolata, Subscription Publication) reports, “When poor people are given medical insurance, they not only find regular doctors and see doctors more often, but they also feel better, are less depressed and are better able to maintain financial stability, according to a new, large-scale study that provides the first rigorously controlled assessmentContinue reading “Study: Medicaid Recipients Better Off Than Uninsured”