What is "fee-for-service" Medi-Cal coverage?

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Mar. 9, 2022Updated Jul. 18, 2022

If your child is a Medi-Cal recipient with private health care coverage, you’ll soon be required to assign your child’s Medi-Cal to a managed care plan instead of “fee-for-service” Medi-Cal coverage. Undivided's Public Benefits Specialist, Lisa Concoff Kronbeck, breaks down what this means.

To learn more about the changes coming to fee-for-service Medi-Cal, click here!

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