Medicaid Reform and the American States

Medicaid Reform and the American States

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Medicaid is the primary means for providing medical care to the nation's indigent and disabled populations. Daniels and his contributors examine the efforts of 16 states to reform their Medicaid programs through a system of qmanaged careq--programs that seek to control or manage the use by patients of physicians and other health care services.Prior to May 1996 the recipient could choose a Medicaid HMO provider; if the recipient did not choose a HMO ... in the utilization of capitated managed care as a means of providing cost-effective health care to Florida Medicaid recipients.

Title:Medicaid Reform and the American States
Author: Mark Ross Daniels
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998-01-01

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