Datapoint: Centene Settles New Mexico Medicaid Dispute

In the latest settlement with a state Medicaid program over its pharmacy benefit practices, Centene Corp. has to pay $13.7 million to the state of New Mexico. This is the seventh similar state settlement from the insurer, which has faced allegations of charging “layered fees” and obscuring its retail discounts from state Medicaid programs. Centene currently serves 86,167 Medicaid members in New Mexico, approximately 10.7% of the state’s managed Medicaid program.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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