(AP) — South Carolina’s Medicaid group might return profitable for tooth extractions in 2012-13.
The state Department of Health and Human Services cut puncture dental use for adults final open as it sought to tighten a $228 million deficit.
Federal law doesn’t need state Medicaid programs to cover dental use for adults.
However, a cut might indeed be costing a state, if people with serious toothaches finish adult instead in sanatorium puncture rooms.
Agency executive Tony Keck says a group is negotiating with dentists, and a investigate is underneath approach to establish either slicing one module is changeable aloft costs elsewhere.
Keck’s bill ask for
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