Economists Claim Medicaid's health outcomes are great. Or do they?
The authors looked at three states that expanded their Medicaid programs to childless adults—Maine, Arizona, and New York—and compared them to four neighboring states that did not—New Hampsire, Nevada and New Mexico, and Pennsylvania, over the years 1997 to 2007. They found Maine’s mortality rate increased relative to New Hampshire’s (by 13.4 deaths per 100,000).
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