HHS announces about $300M in innovation grants to 25 states

02/21/2013 | Healthcare IT News · Reuters

The HHS has announced that the U.S. government plans to provide 25 states with almost $300 million to support their efforts to evaluate new approaches to curbing medical costs and improving heath care quality in Medicaid. Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon and Vermont were the first states to receive State Innovation Model support.

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