Florida seeks to improve dental care for poor children

04/28/2011 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Having earned the worst ranking in the U.S. for the provision of dental care for poor children, the Florida State Legislature is considering a measure that would push patients away from Medicaid and into managed care plans. The bill has been met with a lukewarm reception by some dentists' groups, with concerns over reimbursement and scope of coverage coming front and center.

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