CMS Delivers Wins to Medicaid MCOs in Final Rule

The Trump administration has finalized its long-awaited rewrite of an Obama-era Medicaid rule, delivering wins on network adequacy and rate adjustments to managed care organizations (MCOs) operating in state Medicaid programs.

The final rule, released Nov. 9, was four years in the making and is intended to reduce administrative and regulatory burdens on Medicaid/CHIP managed care agencies and plans while offering states additional flexibility, according to CMS.

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