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  Title Interviews. Integrative health care for a Medicaid population: Interview with Alan Post, DC
Journal Top Integr Health Care. 2012 ;3(4):Online access only 8 p
Peer Review No
Publication Type Interview

In the United States, Medicaid is the government-sponsored health insurance program for people with the lowest incomes and many who are disabled. Medicaid is paid for by a combination of federal and state government funds, with the federal share covering the majority of costs. In the state of Rhode Island, Medicaid initiated in 2012 a pilot program under which management of patients with chronic pain would include the option of chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy services. In this interview with Rhode Island chiropractor Alan Post, DC, he describes the specifics of the program and emphasizes its cost-saving potential.

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