Poll: Most Mass. Residents Satisfied With Health Care Services Following 2006 Overhaul
The majority of Massachusetts residents say they are satisfied with their health care, according to a Massachusetts Medical Society poll released Monday. The Affordable Care Act is widely believed to have been modeled after the state's 2006 health reform law. However, the poll -- which was conducted in May and included responses from 417 randomly selected residents -- found that respondents still have concerns about health care costs and appointment wait times.
- "Massachusetts Poll Finds High Satisfaction Under 'RomneyCare'" (Viebeck, "Healthwatch," The Hill, 8/5).