Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Rusty Crowe Medical Care
State Senator Rusty Crowe says the governor has a plan instead of expansion of Medicaid. Until that gets worked out, though, Crowe says he has a common sense approach to keep lower income people from using emergency rooms for non-emergency illnesses… “We have a health department in every county, a medical school in each grand division, and we have all the rural health consortium clinics out there that are federally qualified clinics. My thought was this: Let’s link the colleges of medicines with our health departments and let that be the entry door for those below poverty.” Crowe says this plan leaves emergency rooms not acting as primary care facilities. (CC)

Monday, November 24, 2014

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