Disability advocates say Medicaid is slow to fix equipment

01/18/2013 | Daily News (New York)

Getting Medicaid to fix wheelchairs and other medical equipment is a slow and hassle-filled process, according to program beneficiaries with disabilities and their families and advocates. Medicaid said it will investigate the claims, but Les Halpert of the International Center for the Disabled said the problem is systemic and the program lacks sufficient resources.

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