On December 23, 2019, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced the cancellation of the state's five Medicaid managed care contracts, valued at approximately $8 billion. The contracts had been awarded by Governor Beshear's predecessor, then-Governor Matt Bevin on November 26, 2019. However, on December 7, the last day of Governor Bevin's tenure, members of the State's Government Contract Review Committee unanimously voted to reject those contracts. According to Governor Beshear, the contracts were cancelled due to concerns about how the award process was handled. Governor Beshear also ended the 1115 Medicaid waiver that required Kentuckians to . . .
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