Lupe Luque, who oversees the Medi-Cal program for the county Department of Public Social Services, said a recent U.
What does MCP stand for?
MCP stands for Medi-Cal Program (Department of Health Care Services; California)
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- Master's of City Planning
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- Materiel Change Program
- Maternity Care Program (various locations)
- Math Coprocessor
- Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics (various universities)
- Maximum Continuous Power
- Mean Continuous Period (manufacturing)
- Measurement Comparison Program (laboratory measurement assurance)
- Media and Communications Processor (NVIDIA nForce)
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- Medical Center of Plano (Texas)
- Medical Claims Processing (various companies)
- Medical College of Pennsylvania
- Medical Continuation Pay
- Medically Compromised Patient
- Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy (various organizations)
- Medico Cirujano Y Partero (Spanish)
- Mekong Collaboration Program (InSTEDD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The survey, based on responses by a representative sample of California's primary care providers and specialists, found that those physicians who participate in the Medi-Cal program do not generally accept large numbers of Medi-Cal patients.
We were very happy to be one of two Medi-Cal programs to receive a rate increase this year," says Kelley Queale, a spokesperson for CAHF.
The results support data presented to DHCS in 2009 indicating that even the 5 percent reduction being considered at that time would result in 99 percent of the most utilized drugs in the Medi-Cal program being reimbursed below the pharmacist's actual cost.
While California's Medi-Cal program is still growing, a combination of prescription drug discounts, a strong economy and changes in federal law have brought that growth rate to more manageable levels this year, state officials said Monday.
According to Attorney General Bill Lockyer's office, the state seeks $2 million in civil penalties and restitution of at least $50,000 to the Medi-Cal program.
Today's announcement ensures that our current programs will continue without disruption, and that we can begin immediately building the technology infrastructure necessary to carry the Medi-Cal program into the 21st century.
District Court in Los Angeles, issued a preliminary injunction on Wednesday to stop two new reductions on payments to pharmacies in the state Medi-Cal program.