A Primer on Collaborating with Medicaid Agencies and Using Medicaid Data in Efforts to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health
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The success of federal and state efforts to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities is very much dependent on the involvement of Medicaid programs and the availability of quality Medicaid data. This primer is intended to promote collaboration between Medicaid and public health agencies by highlighting key issues in sharing Medicaid data and illustrating successful joint initiatives where Medicaid data helped to improve service delivery.
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