State releases data on Medicaid employers with more than 50 employees on public health benefits

The state has released a list of 200 employers who had at least 50 employees on Medicaid for the second quarter last year./PBN FILE PHOTO BY PAM BHATIA.
THE STATE has released a list of 200 employers who had at least 50 employees on Medicaid for the second quarter last year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/PAM BHATIA.
PROVIDENCE – Nearly 200 employers in Rhode Island had at least 50 workers on state-supported Medicaid for at least three months last year, according to a report released Monday, as state legislators prepared to review a bill that could force the state’s largest for-profit enterprises to start paying a state assessment. The report is not…

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