Bill to mandate managed care for Medicaid patients introduced in Assembly to control `spiraling

May 1996
Insurance Advocate;05/25/96, Vol. 107 Issue 21, p32
Reports on the introduction of a bill in the New York State Assembly that mandates Medicaid managed-care programs. Aim of preserving quality health care for Medicaid recipients while controlling increasing costs for medical services; Requirement for counties to enroll Medicaid recipients in managed-care plans and establish guidelines for marketing and enrollment.


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