Late last year,
In February, the
In the lawsuit,
Among other things, the state boosted payment rates to competing managed care organizations (MCOs) through a "transition factor" that was never offered to
"We believe the state violated state procurement law by refusing to include
In a statement,
"We have an obligation to ensure continued coverage for the more than 300,000 people affected by
In November, both
Back in 2015, UCare sued
In the new lawsuit,
The lawsuit adds: "
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