Indiana residents who are paying for their health care benefits under the state’s novel approach to Medicaid are accessing more preventive services, following up on care more and using the ER for non-emergency treatment less than members in traditional Medicaid plans, according to a new white paper by Anthem Inc.’s Public Policy Institute.
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