People in the state have access to many health clinics that are not open to the public.
The Affordable Care Act created the state’s clinics, but they are closed on Sundays.
If you want to be a part of that community, you have to go to a clinic.
It’s a big deal.
You can’t go to your neighborhood clinic and get it fixed and get a prescription refill or a shot.
I had to call and wait and wait to be picked up.
I think that’s an unfair treatment of people who can’t access it.
But that’s what the law says.
People who can access it, we’re going to work on that.
You’ve got to get access to it.
What’s your message to the community?
What do you see as the biggest challenges that you’re facing?
Well, I mean, we’ve been talking about this for a long time, so I think it’s a really good idea.
The way we’re dealing with it, there’s a lot of work that needs to be done.
In terms of the challenges that we’re facing, we know that the Affordable Care Acts Medicaid expansion is really challenging, particularly in rural areas.
And we’re seeing the same thing in other states, as well.
There are a lot more uninsured people, which is part of why we’re hearing from so many states about their challenges.
So we’re talking about how we’re getting more people into the system, but we also have to get them to get insurance.
So there’s lots of work to do, and it’s really going to take some time.
I mean the Affordable Health Care Act is just a starting point for what needs to happen.
You’re also seeing this kind of backlash against people who are doing things for the people who need it.
So, I think there’s something that people need to know, too.
You see, the way that we look at it is we are an insurance system.
We’re the insurance company.
We provide health care services.
We pay the bill for it.
We don’t take a cut of it.
And so the people that have been left out of this, they’re not really being compensated.
And that’s a real problem, and people should know that.
What is the future of local clinics in Wisconsin?
I’m not sure that there’s an answer to that, and I think the state is trying to figure out how to deal with that.
We have a couple of programs in place, like the Affordable Services Project, which was started in 2013.
I think what we are seeing is that we are now seeing that it’s actually happening, and that there is an increase in clinics being closed.
We’ve seen it in Madison.
We see it in other parts of the state, and so we’re hoping to get some kind of solution there.
Are there any clinics that you are particularly happy with, or have you seen a lot change in the last year?
Well, in terms of local programs, I’d say we have a lot to be happy about.
There’s been a lot.
I’m happy to see that there are clinics in places that I’ve never been before, like I was just a kid.
But we have to be patient.
And when you’re patient, you get what you pay for.
And I’m sure that the legislature will look at this and figure out a way to provide some sort of solution, hopefully through the Medicaid expansion.
But in terms for clinics that we don’t have a budget for, there are a number of good ones out there, including a local health clinic that is running at a huge capacity.
There is a clinic in the city of Oshkosh that has about 700 people, but it’s so full, it can’t be used for anything.
And then there’s this really good one in Milwaukee, a health clinic called Wisconsin Health Clinic, which has 800 patients.
Is that going to be the future?
I mean in terms to the future, I don’t know that it is.
It seems like the ACA has created some great opportunities.
But it’s been such a disaster in terms that there has not been enough money to do what it’s supposed to be doing.
Where do you think it can go from here?
Hopefully we can move in the direction that the law was intended to go in, where we’re making it easier for people to get the health care they need, and make sure that they’re getting the quality care they deserve, but not just when they need it the most.
And the ACA is not perfect, but I think we can get there.