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The Missouri state Department of Health and Senior Services will hire around 130 temporary workers to evaluate the needs of thousands of Missouri Medicaid patients after a contractor hired to do the work dropped out, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Agency Director Margaret Donnelly estimates it will cost the state $8 million if all 130 workers work for a full year; the contract with the company that quit, SynCare LLC, was for an estimated $5.5 million per year.
SynCare is a disease management company.
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