The Results are In: ER Visits After Medicaid Expansion are Temporary

One of the biggest fears for those who were against (or hesitant, to say the least) against the Medicaid expansion that was one of the pillars of the Affordable Care Act was that this newly insured population would flock to the Emergency Department and be a drain on the system.  A year later, the statistics are in for California.  The findings?  The run on the ER is temporary.

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