Malissa Miller applied for disability and was placed in the state's new privatized, Medicaid managed care system, which offers different plans depending on your county of residence. But none of the Medicaid plans offered in Broward County, where Miller lives, allowed her to see the doctor she believed could save her life.
Malissa Miller applied for disability and was placed in the state's new privatized, Medicaid managed care system, which offers different plans depending on your county of residence. But none of the Medicaid plans offered in Broward County, where Miller lives, allowed her to see the doctor she believed could save her life. Jon Durr Miami Herald Staff
Malissa Miller applied for disability and was placed in the state's new privatized, Medicaid managed care system, which offers different plans depending on your county of residence. But none of the Medicaid plans offered in Broward County, where Miller lives, allowed her to see the doctor she believed could save her life. Jon Durr Miami Herald Staff

Miami-Dade County

December 21, 2014 11:12 AM

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