Monday, May 09, 2011

Wait Time in MA for Doctors Up to 48 Days

 A h/t to HotAir for the link.

Apparently RomneyCare has not provided the great medical utopia that it was envisioned as. Instead, it has caused an artificial shortage of health care and the citizens of the Bay State are paying for it-- both through taxes and time.

The average wait ranged from 24 days for an appointment with a pediatrician to 48 days to see an internist. The wait for an internist was actually down slightly, from 53 days in a similar 2010 survey, but the waits for family doctors, gastroenterologists, orthopedists, and ob/gyns increased.
 Considering the promises made, this is a disappointment, even for Mitt Romney.

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