December 2009
Medical Device Daily;12/23/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 246, p4
The article reports on the agreement of Comprehensive Care (CompCare) to provide managed behavioral health services for 100,000 Medicaid, Medicare and private fee-for-service plan members of Universal Health Care Group in 11 states in the U.S. The deal is expected to give clients access to high-quality behavioral health services that will focus on prevention, education, and care coordination.


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