By Cara Neil

Health care services in the corrections system are getting more attention – some of it because of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) changes that make the transition from corrections health care to Medicaid health plans more speedy (see PPACA & Medicaid Enrollment Post Incarceration), and some because of the challenges and issues in serving the justice-involved population (see No Wonder and A “New” Justice Involved Population). A couple weeks ago, I took a look at government contracting in the corrections health system and reviewed some of the largest correctional health care contracts of the past year in our database here at OPEN MINDS (see…
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