September 8, 2016 10:30 AM
Last week I commented on the various options for expanding Medicaid in Georgia and drew comments from a number of readers. Now it seems like a Forbes contributor has taken a closer look at those options and come to some scathing conclusions.
Josh Archambault, Senior Fellow with the Foundation for Government Accountability, has joined the conversation with some pretty stark analysis of the sketchy outline of Medicaid expansion now on the table.
The “Georgia Way” Would Steal Resources From The Truly Needy.
The Chamber’s Plan Would Replicate Arkansas & Iowa’s ‘Innovative’ Failures.
Expansion Costs Would Be Unpredictable.
The “Georgia Way” Should Go Away.
Read the background on these conclusions, draw your own conclusions and then join the discussion on how best to serve both Georgia patients and Georgia taxpayers.