Survey: Three In Four Doctors Support Medicaid Work Requirements Despite AMA Opposition

By James Romoser / April 5, 2018 at 2:47 PM
A large majority of physicians support adding work requirements as a condition for Medicaid coverage, according to a survey conducted by the physician-recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins, despite the fact that the American Medical Association and other provider groups largely oppose the policy. The single-question survey found that 56.6 percent of doctors feel very favorably about work requirements, while 17.8 percent feel somewhat favorably about them. In contrast, 9.2 percent reported feeling very unfavorably, and 8.4 percent said they feel somewhat...

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