Medicaid expansion top of mind for Cleveland Clinic
In trying to explain why the debate over expanding Ohio's Medicaid has stalled, the Cleveland Clinic's David Bronson said Wednesday morning that "A lot of good people are struggling to figure out how to do the right thing." Bronson, who is president of the Clinic's regional hospitals, is one of many hospital voices ratcheting up their lobbying in recent weeks. He joined a conference call Wednesday morning with other advocates to once again push for a Medicaid expansion. It was the second such advocacy call organized this week and a sign that -- as one lobbyist explained -- time is ticking.
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