Datapoint: Florida Suspends Centene’s Medicaid Plan

The state of Florida last week fined Centene Corp. $9.1 million and suspended enrollment in its Medicaid and long-term care plans following a spate of inappropriate claims denials caused by a computer error. The insurer has 30 days to pay the fine and submit a plan for how it will handle claims processing in the future. Centene currently enrolls 43% of Florida’s managed Medicaid market, with 1.81 million members.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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