By Athena Mandros & Monica E. Oss

[caption id="attachment_754373" align="alignleft" width="105"] Athena Mandros[/caption] [caption id="attachment_140678" align="alignleft" width="105"] Monica E. Oss[/caption] What happens in Medicaid is important for many provider organizations and many health plans. Medicaid is now one of the largest funders of health benefits and many specialty provider organizations have a large proportion of their revenue coming from Medicaid beneficiaries (see Medicaid Is The Largest Payer – Now What?). What we have seen over the past few years, is a steady increase in the proportion of the Medicaid beneficiaries in some type of managed care program, which has now reached 70%. The trends in Medicaid managed…
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