CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Cleveland Clinic and CareSource, which offers the state's largest Medicaid managed care plan, could terminate their contract for services as soon as Sept. 1. This means that those with CareSource coverage no longer will be able to use Cleveland Clinic services or its providers as part of their plan.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - For 31 hours, Cleveland Clinic doctors huddled together in the operating room, making history for the health system and a new life for the patient on the table. In May, a team of doctors completed the Clinic's first full face transplant, giving the 21-year-old patient a completely new face - from her scalp to her facial muscles to her eyelids. The patient, whose identity is not being shared publicly, is the youngest person in the U.S. to receive a face transplant.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - People on the state's largest Medicaid managed care plan may no longer be able to access care from the Cleveland Clinic starting Sept. 1. Dayton-based CareSource, which serves roughly 1.3 million Medicaid members in Ohio, is notifying its members that it could terminate its contract with the Cleveland-based health system. "We are hopeful for a contract resolution with Cleveland Clinic and continue to keep the lines of communication open," CareSource said in a statement.
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