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The Role of Local Governments in Medicaid Managed Care: Issues and Options


  • James M. Verdier


This report, based in part on a survey of state Medicaid directors in 50 states, examines current and potential local government roles in Medicaid managed care, their capacity to serve special needs populations, and related political, historical, administrative, and regulatory considerations, to help state and local officials think through their new roles.

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  • James M. Verdier, "undated". "The Role of Local Governments in Medicaid Managed Care: Issues and Options," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a872fc03c46f4fdfa7236bfa3, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:a872fc03c46f4fdfa7236bfa39320e95

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