Jun 8, 2017
State Taps 18 Provider Groups for MassHealth Overhaul

Boston Globe

BOSTON, Massachusetts – Thursday, June 8, 2017

Governor Charlie Baker’s administration said Thursday that it has chosen 18 networks of health care providers and insurers, from Boston to the Berkshires to launch the biggest redesign of the state Medicaid program in more than two decades.

They include the state’s largest hospital systems: Partners HealthCare, Steward Health Care System, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Lahey Health, and UMass Memorial Health Care and others.

Community health centers and community hospital systems, such as Signature Healthcare and Southcoast Health,also will participate. So will Boston Medical Center and Cambridge Health Alliance, organizations that already serve large populations of patients on Medicaid. Read More...

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