POLITICO  |  June 24, 2021

Denial rates varied significantly by state and didn’t necessarily correspond with its political leanings. They ranged from under 8 percent in Oregon to nearly 20 percent in New Mexico and over 38 percent in Tennessee, KFF found.

“There’s no excuse for this data, and we should all be asking what it means for patient care and outcomes,” said Katie Keith, a Georgetown University professor who specializes in the ACA.

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