Stakes high for NHPRI in Medicaid debate

ON A MISSION: From left, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island officials Ed Curis, policy analyst; David Burnett, chief of staff; and Ericka Moore, sales and marketing representative, meet at the nonprofit’s Providence office. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
ON A MISSION: From left, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island officials Ed Curis, policy analyst; David Burnett, chief of staff; and Ericka Moore, sales and marketing representative, meet at the nonprofit’s Providence office. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

As Congress has convulsed over efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, health insurers in Rhode Island who specialize in Medicaid customers are trying to keep track of alternatives that may emerge and influence the outcome. But hazard a guess as to what happens next? Too soon to tell. David Burnett, chief of staff for

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