Legislation was introduced in both the House and Senate this week that would repeal the state’s regional care organizations for Medicaid services.
The organizations, mandated in 2013, were intended to shift the Medicaid delivery system from a fee-for-service model to one that allocates money on a per-person basis tied to health outcomes.
The Alabama Medicaid Agency announced in July that it would pursue an alternate Medicaid delivery system.
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