“This will leave a lot of people behind,” said Linda Nguy, a policy advocate at the Western Center on Law & Poverty.
“We haven’t seen health plans excel in even providing basic preventative services to healthy people,” she said. “I mean, do your basic job first. How can they be expected to successfully take on these additional responsibilities for people with very high health needs?”
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