Nashville partnership awarded $1.35 million Medicaid grant
The Tennessean, April 23, 2008
Nashville Medical Home Connection, a partnership of health plan AmeriChoice and several hospitals, is among recipients that will share in grants totaling $50 million to 20 states that aims to reduce use by Medicaid beneficiaries of hospital emergency rooms for non-emergent reasons. The Medical Home Connection will receive $1.35 million over two years, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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