A study by the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission found that only 35% of psychiatrists and 68% of general practice or family physicians accept new patients with Medicaid. Better access to primary and psychiatric care could improve the prevention and treatment of chronic illnesses such as diabetes as well as substance use disorders among Medicaid patients, research suggests.
Medicaid often not accepted by primary care physicians, psychiatrists
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