Louisiana health secretary pushes hard for change
Louisiana Secretary of Health and Hospitals Alan Levine is pushing for change in the state's healthcare program for low-income residents. He, along with Gov. Bobby Jindal, believe the best way to do that will be to apply private-sector, managed-care principles. The plan goes before a House-Senate healthcare committee this week.
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