Datapoint: Georgia to Rebid Medicaid Contracts

Georgia is seeking bids for up to four managed care organizations to serve its managed Medicaid program, according to a request for proposals released by the state. The state intends to move about 200,000 people in the aged/blind/disabled Medicaid population from fee-for-service into managed care. Contracts will be awarded in April 2024. Georgia currently serves 2,908,764 Medicaid members, with 77.2% enrolled in managed care plans.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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