The Pros And Cons Of Medicaid Medical Insurance

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Sometimes, if the lower income family does have insurance, it does not cover the evaluations and they are very expensive for out of pocket payment. Currently, in some states there are very limited options for people who have Medicaid for their primary insurance. If a psychologist does take Medicaid, the waiting list can be months, even years. It has been established that if a state has better reimbursement schedules, then treatment is more readily available. With the opposite being true with lower reimbursement rates (Thomas, Parish, Rose, & Kilany, 2012). Minorities that have the Medicaid medical insurance, now have two things against them. They have a lower percentage of ability to communicate effectively to advocate for their children’s

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