Hospitals, other providers withhold participation in Medicaid managed care program, putting state in a bind
The promised $16 million in savings that New Hampshire was supposed to see though a new Medicaid managed care program is quickly evaporating, because three vendors have not been able to set up networks with providers - especially hospitals - that are already upset with the Medicaid rates they are currently receiving.
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