Turns out that the number of people flocking to ERs is increasing, not decreasing.
According to the Louisville Courier-Journal:
One of ObamaCare’s goals was to reduce pressure on emergency rooms by expanding Medicaid and giving poor people better access to primary care.
Instead, many hospitals across the nation are seeing a surge of those newly insured Medicaid patients walking into emergency rooms.
Nationally, nearly half of ER doctors responding to a recent poll by the American College of Emergency Physicians said they’ve seen more visits since ObamaCare was enacted.
That’s a problem since an average ER visit costs $580 more than a trip to the doctor’s office.
Why’s this happening?