Disparity found in access to specialists between publicly insured and privately insured children

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine that analyzed calls to outpatient specialty clinics found that two-thirds of children with Medicaid-CHIP were denied an appointment compared to only 11% of privately insured children. Read more.


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