New report: State Medicaid program pays $50M annually on care for ineligible patients
There are 1 comment on the East Valley Tribune story from Jun 8, 2012, titled New report: State Medicaid program pays $50M annually on care for ineligible patients. In it, East Valley Tribune reports that:
Arizona's Medicaid program is paying out up to an extra $50 million a year to provide care for those who are ineligible, a new report says.
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Saint Louis, MO
#1 Jun 9, 2012
It's just taxpayer money? Disgusting!
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