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The federal government on Tuesday unveiled a long-awaited regulatory package that sets national standards for managed care under Medicaid, marking the biggest changes to the growing program in more than a decade.

The nearly 700-page rule, described by some groups as an “uber rule,” contains instructions about what state Medicaid programs must do when hiring private health plans to handle long-term care for the elderly and disabled – also known as managed care.

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