Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) reported on Thursday, examining Medicaid's medicine through a doctor's degree in expanding Medicaid medicine and clinical care.
The study of the 2015 report from the World Health Center (WHO) has been investigated if medical doctors have accepted all new patients and have accepted Medicaid as a source of payment for new patients.
From doctors who received new patients, 70.8% accepted new patients insured by Medicaid. This is the lower proportion of consumers who receive Medicare at 85.3% and a private clinic 90%.
The study also created a lot of money,
who provide them. General family service providers received 68.2% of Medicaid doctors compared to 89.8% of Medicare and 91% of private clinics.
Nearly 35% of psychiatrist psychiatrists have been receiving new Medicaid patients and 62% have accepted the Medicare Fund and the hospital.
Pediatricians have the highest medical practitioner of Medicaid tolerance acceptance at 78%.
Medicaid Care and Care Services does not have a very important impact on the Medicaid agreement. He also found that there was no difference in the number of service providers in a state that was expanding and a country that did not.
But there are different types of obstetrician / gynecologists. In non-expanded states, obstetrician / gynecologists have 89.6% compared to 73 percent in states that have expanded their Medicaid medicine, the study said.
Payment rates appear to be more effective on the Medicaid deal than the state expands.
Medicines that live in the state with a large number of Medicaid-to-Medicare, where Medicaid's doctor is close to Medicare's money for this service, has 81% compared to the rate of 64% in states and lower index index.
The Commissioner of Health and Physician Kisha Davis said payment fees play an important role in the decision between the legal application to take Medicaid.
"The reason our work has taken Medicine is because in our state there is a Medicare-Medicaid department and this is a great financial decision about whether we will take Medicaid," said Davis, a CHI healthcare physician in Maryland.
The survey also made a difference in receipt of receipt as to whether the service provider had been in the state with a high rise in Medicaid's care.
Medical professionals in the state of nursing and nursing states receive 66.7% Medicaid treatment, compared to 78 percent of doctors in states with a decline in the body.
But the cost may be in the value of receipt, according to the data.
The survey was conducted with the University of Minnesota's Centers for Health Information Centers. Based on information from the 2015 Health Care Assessment, which responds to more than 1,410 doctors throughout the country.