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New Hampshire clients transitioning to Medicaid Managed Care
Officials said there were no reported incidents of concern, but an oversight team to work on any problems that occur will continue operating for several weeks.
Medicaid recipients with scheduled appointments should keep their appointments and will receive the care they need from their providers, Toumpas said.
The budget passed by lawmakers in June uses general fund money for some of the state's uncompensated care share, but health care providers had to join the managed care networks by July 1 to receive the money.
The hospitals and community health centers agreed to join the managed care networks in July.
Providers with questions can email their questions to: email@example.com.
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