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    Six things to know: How health execs might benefit from Trump’s plans


    “States already have some opportunities to reshape the Medicaid program, including dual-eligible programs, and they have partnered with health insurers with administrative and population health expertise on those opportunities,” Tilleman says. “Insurers will have the opportunity to work with states in developing and implementing new Medicaid programs with block granted money; these programs could advance the use of medical homes and quality-driven healthcare that could pay dividends well beyond Medicaid in the future.”

    Karen Appold is a medical writer in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.


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