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Medicaid Program Targets Expensive Illnesses

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Medicaid Program Targets Expensive Illnesses

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Medicaid Program Targets Expensive Illnesses

Medicaid Program Targets Expensive Illnesses

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A new Medicaid program can help cut costs for those who spend thousands treating their illness. It targets people with illnesses that are the most expensive to treat, such as diabetes. If the plan works, it can mean better care and more benefits for patients.

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