New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services last week unveiled contract awards for state’s managed Medicaid program. All three of the selected MCOs — AmeriHealth Caritas, Centene Corp.’s Granite State Health Plan and Boston Medical Center’s Well Sense Health Plan — are incumbents to the program. The 5-year contracts are slated to begin Sept. 1, 2024, and emphasize “a primary care and prevention model of access to services through a more meaningful and holistic role of providers in the delivery of managed care services,” according to the state. New Hampshire currently serves 163,715 Medicaid beneficiaries, with more than 99% enrolled in managed care plans.
Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans