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Holes in the Welfare Net

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A more recent issue is the effect that managed care might have on urban community service systems – including public hospitals and public health clinics frequently used by Medicaid patients.43 The number of states implementing mandatory managed care plans for Medicaid recipients is growing. Often the regulations governing legislation and the ways in which laws are applied affect persons with disabilities most severely. 109. The programs were in response to the Great Depression affecting the United States in the 1930s.

Pages: 177

Publisher: Freedom Press (September 1978)

ISBN: 0719909406

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