More than 12 million people have joined the Medicaid rolls in the U.S. since the Affordable Care Act’s voluntary expansion of Medicaid eligibility began in January of 2014.

Happy medical team of doctors togetherHistorically, however, many Medicaid patients have had a difficult time finding doctors willing to serve them because in many states, Medicaid payments are so low that doctors choose not to participate in the program.

Is that still the case today? What challenges do Medicaid patients face when they need medical care?

In a new article titled “You’ve Got Medicaid – Why Can’t You See the Doctor?”, U.S. News & World Report takes a look at this issue. Find its report here.