State asks federal government waiver to transfer Medicaid cases to HMOs

August 1996
Hudson Valley Business Journal;8/19/96, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p18
Reports that the New York State Department of Health has petitioned the federal government for permission to require managed care for 350,000 Medicaid recipients in 31 New York counties. Reason for the petition; Comment by Health Commissioner Barbara DeBuono; Benefits of managed care for Medicaid recipients.


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