Kaiser Health News has a round-up of reports on a poll showing longer patient wait times in Massachusetts since the implementation of Romneycare. The upshot: “A survey conducted by the Massachusetts Medical Society found patients can wait as a long as a month and a half for non-urgent physicians’ appointments.”
We can expect similar results nationally, as the expanded coverage from our Romneycare-like national health care law comes at the cost of longer wait times and crowded emergency rooms. Or as Peter Suderman put it, “Like long medical wait times, crowded emergency rooms? You’ll love Obamacare!”
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