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Does Health Insurance Improve Health? Evidence From Massachusetts

It is always important to remember that healthcare and health insurance are two very different things, and neither of them is a guarantee of good health.
It is always important to remember that healthcare and health insurance are two very different things, and neither of them is a guarantee of good health. Therefore, when people talk about Obamacare providing people with medical care, we have to remember that it primarily provides people with health care insurance. And as I have written about previously, insurance coverage does not guarantee the receipt of quality healthcare, with many Medicaid recipients having a hard time finding doctors willing to see them.

Now comes a new study from Massachusetts, exploring whether expansion of health insurance within that state through Romneycare has improved the health of that state’s citizens. In the study, the researchers conducted a before/after look at the health of people in Massachusetts.

Read the full story here: http://onforb.es/1jQqUTz

Source: Forbes

 
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