Avik Roy, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and popular conservative blogger with Forbes.com on WNTK Live and Local in the Morning 09/13/2013
He argues Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire won’t provide citizens with solid healthcare options as the current system that serves less people can’t provide good medical access.
Roy co-developed a competing plan with Senator Nancy Stiles [R-Hampton] called Direct Care New Hampshire. The state would spend $46 million per year on medical coverage for approximately 11,ooo who don’t qualify for Medicaid and would otherwise have no insurance.
Catastrophic coverage and primary care are covered though some question the $6,000 deductible and a work requirement.