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  • An overall boost

    More Medicaid means an over all boost in health for people all over the united states. Many people who do not have a good job with benefits or are unemployed do not have access to good medical care. Program's available through Medicaid offer help and relief to those who need it.

  • Medicaid equal better

    I personally disagree,No, more Medicaid does not equal better health, because Medicaid payments are so low that it is sometimes hard for Medicaid patients to find doctors that are willing to treat them. Medicaid only has limited amounts of money allocated to it, so the government has to choose some services that are not covered.

  • No, it does not

    I think Medicaid is a decent program overall,but its far from considering better health. You can't add more and think all the problems are going to go away. It may need to be altered and new statues need to come into place. I think more is just not the answer or does it mean a healthy country.

  • No, not necessarily.

    There should be guidelines for receiving Medicaid that make it available to those who really do not have the assets or the income to get any sort of medical care on their own. But adding to the program does not necessarily mean that there will be better health for all concerned because there are a lot of abuses.

  • We can't afford it.

    No, more Medicaid does not equal better health, because Medicaid payments are so low that it is sometimes hard for Medicaid patients to find doctors that are willing to treat them. Medicaid only has limited amounts of money allocated to it, so the government has to choose some services that are not covered.


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