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Last year, Medicaid stopped paying sales taxes for managed care in the few states like Ohio that didn't tax private insurers' payments too.
Illinois this year added 800,000 clients to managed care.
Ohio was one of a few states that taxed Medicaid payments to managed care organizations but not private payments.
Children should also be protected by contracts between the states and insurance companies that provide so-called managed care plans, in which the state pays a lump sum per patient and the insurer figures out how best to spend it.
FamilyCare is one of 16 such organizations that manage care for approximately 1 million poor children and adults on Oregon's free insurance program.
Centene has been experiencing growth in both its individual market and Medicaid managed care units.
Most states charge sales taxes on payments to managed care organizations whether from public or private sources.
States will need to develop overall strategies, invest in infrastructure development, systems changes, provider and managed care plan contracting, and perform a host of other activities.
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