You are hereHome › College of Education & Professional Studies (CEPS) › Department of Social Work › Wilson, Kellie O'Dare › Medicaid Reform Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Wilson, K. O. 'D. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Two-Thirds of the Initial Pilot Counties’ Beneficiaries Are Enrolled in Reform Plans. Oppaga Office Of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability. Download PDF Medicaid Reform Details Type Research Report Title Medicaid Reform: Two-Thirds of the Initial Pilot Counties’ Beneficiaries Are Enrolled in Reform Plans Contributor(s) Wilson, Kellie O'Dare (author) Located In OPPAGA Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability Date 2008 Notes Report No. 08-40 Program Review Abstract The Agency for Health Care Administration began providing Medicaid Reform managed care services to beneficiaries in Broward and Duval counties in September 2006, and began serving beneficiaries in Baker, Clay, and Nassau counties in September 2007. The agency used a phase-in process to transition beneficiaries into Reform plans. As of May 2008, about two-thirds of beneficiaries (187,264 or 65%) in Broward and Duval counties were enrolled in Medicaid Reform health plans. As of this same time, 13,419 beneficiaries, or 55% of the Medicaid population in Baker, Clay, and Nassau counties were enrolled in Reform health plans. Overall, most (73%) of those enrolled in Reform plans in the five counties are served by health maintenance organizations. However, in Baker, Clay, and Nassau counties, almost two-thirds (64%) of Reform beneficiaries are enrolled in provider service networks.