By Monica E. Oss It has been an interesting week in health and human services. Hawaii awarded a three-year contract valued at $62 million to manage the state’s Medicaid program for consumers with serious mental illnesses (see Hawaii Medicaid Awards $62 Million Contract To Incumbent Centene/WellCare For Managed Care Services For People With SMI). Massachusetts has released a preview of its plans for reorganizing its behavioral health system (see Massachusetts Unveils Plan For Ambulatory Behavioral Health Reorganization). And news of more mergers and acquisitions continue—The MENTOR Network Acquires D&S Community Services To Increase Access To I/DD Services In Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee & Texas and Battery Ventures Creates Behavioral…
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