By Monica E. Oss Child-serving organizations – particularly those whose work is with children and families in the child welfare system – have had a significant and challenging change in their market map. Over time, many services essential to serving these children and families are increasingly dependent on Medicaid for financing. At the same time, the Medicaid system has been moving more to managed care models, while the financing for child welfare services has been moving to more performance-based contracting. These changes, among others, have created a situation where the payer mix for services, for these children, is highly variable by state or county. The statistics illustrate the issue.  Over the…
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