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MEDICAID MANAGED CARE: More Opportunities to Comment

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It is clear that the dust is settling some on Medicaid managed care, but for many there are still unanswered questions and uncertainty about services.  Hundreds of Iowans still come to meetings with concerns, and managed care companies continue to say they are working through the transition as best they can. It's clear it will be an issue with many organizations and legislators when the 2017 legislative session begins.

If you want to make sure your voice is heard - either with stories of success or struggle with the new managed care system - you still have many opportuntiies to let legislators and Medicaid officials know.  

  • October 11 (3-5 pm) in Sioux City:  Medicaid Public Comment Meeting (Western Iowa Tech Community College, Cargil Auditorium (D103), 4647 Stone Avenue)
  • November 17 (3-5 pm) in Ottumwa:  Medicaid Public Comment Meeting (Bridge View Center, Room C4 & C5, 102 Church Street)
  • December 7 (3-5 pm) in Des Moines:  Medicaid Public Comment Meeting (Des Moines Central Library, 1000 Grand Avenue)

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