Higher Medicaid payments may be delayed, Calif. official says

12/14/2012 | California Healthline

It may take a few months before primary care physicians in California's Medi-Cal program get higher payments promised by the CMS because the state has to wait for the government to approve an amendment to its Medicaid plan. A state official said that physicians will be paid retroactively and that other states may be in the same situation because they have not had time to submit an amendment plan to get the higher rates.

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