MA receives $44M to further healthcare overhaul
Massachusetts will receive up to $44 million in federal money over three and a half years to continue ongoing efforts to change the state's health care system. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced Thursday that it would distribute $250 million to six states that are trying new methods of delivering care to people enrolled in government health care programs serving children, the poor, and the elderly.
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