Capitated managed-care plan for HIV is rejected in California.

  • Published 1999 in AIDS policy & law


California Gov. Gray Davis vetoed legislation in October which would have required the state's Medicaid program to establish capitated rates for HIV treatment, based on risk analysis. The governor stated the bill was unnecessary because a mechanism already existed to provide special rates for AIDS care, and it would have compromised the Department of Health… (More)


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