Michigan Hospice No Longer Accepting Patients Due to Obamacare

State   Steven Ertelt   Jun 18, 2014   |   10:53AM    Lansing, MI

The pro-life movement repeatedly warned that health care rationing would ensure once Obamacare went into effect. LifeNews has reported on dozens of cases of rationing since then here is another one.

elderlypatientIn the state of Michigan, a hospice program is no longer accepting patients because of Obamacare. From the report:

According to a report that aired on Grand Rapids, MI Fox affiliate WXMI on Tuesday, ObamaCare is responsible for the end of another health care service due to cuts associated with the law’s implementation.

Holland, MI’s Hospice of Holland’s board of directors voted to shut down June 12 according to the report and Torrey Husmann, executive director facility, said its due to money woes.

“The biggest issue under the Affordable Care Act is we know we’re going to see cuts in reimbursement,” Husmann said. “It’ll be about 12 percent.”

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