Correction plan for Aetna could be lifted this summer


Aetna could be out from under a corrective action plan as early as this summer as it works to comply with its obligations under the state’s privatized Medicaid program.

Adam Proffitt, the state’s Medicaid director, told lawmakers last week that the corrections plan could be lifted by the time the current fiscal year ends on June 30.

"Quite honestly, they've done a remarkable job over the last couple of months," Proffitt told the legislative panel that oversees the state's Medicaid program known as KanCare.

Last year, state health regulators SSJ

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