Learn more about available payments under the Medicaid program including increased payments to both primary care and subspecialty practices beginning in 2013.
Physicians who qualify for the enhanced Medicaid payment -- primary care and related subspecialists -- must make an attestation that they meet the qualifications in order to receive these payments. Each state has a different procedure regarding attestation so you need to contact your local Medicaid office to obtain the specific details.
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