Florida Medicaid recipients sue state over new plan
Miami Herald, January 14, 2008
Florida's Medicaid reform experiment is being challenged in court in a federal class-action lawsuit filed by three recipients who claim the state improperly traps people in unsuitable medical coverage. The reform plan put about 200,000 recipients from Broward County and the Jacksonville area into HMO-style plans in an attempt to save money and improve care.
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