By the end of December 2013, KanCare, the Kansas Medicaid waiver managed care program had 330,019 enrollees, and the state had paid the three contracted managed care organizations (MCOs) more than $2.3 billion in capitated payments over a 12-month period. Enrollment is mandatory for nearly all Kansas Medicaid beneficiaries, except native Americans, and Medicare/Medicaid dual eligible enrolled in a Medicare Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The MCOs cover medical, behavioral health, pharmacy benefits, and targeted case management. About two-thirds of the enrollees (213,376) are children. With the exception of 33 . . .
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