More cuts in Medicaid for doctors, hospitals
The state Department of Health and Human Services on Monday announced a second round of cuts in payments to doctors and hospitals who treat the poor and disabled.
The state also said it would increase the co-payments that Medicaid patients must pay for their care. The moves are part of a broad plan to save the state $125 million in its upcoming fiscal year. The plan, subject to federal approval, would go into effect July 8.
- 06-07-2011 08:54 (EDT)