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However, in 2006 about half of all Medicaid enrollees remained in fee-for-service or were still in a primary care case management program.
Primary care case management also would get a boost.
Additionally, more than 70 percent of planned new programs are expected to start in the next two years and an equal number of existing programs operate in managed care or primary care case management structures.
McLaren challenge the deep seated belief that Primary Care Case Management (PCCM) programs reduce costs and utilization of high cost, chronically ill Medicaid recipients.
Other states with managed Medicaid plans are taking back control by setting up in-house primary care case management programs, according to Chuck Milligan, vice president of the Lewin Group, a health care consulting firm in Falls Church, Va.
This program is a hybrid model, adding characteristics of a regional accountable care organization to a primary care case management system.
Enhancing the current Primary Care Case Management program that already has saved the Medicaid program more than $400 million over the past four years.
From the patients' viewpoint, the updated program changed little from the previous primary care case management program that ended in March 2004.