COLUMBUS– The Senate Finance Subcommittee on Medicaid will hold a field hearing in Dayton, Ohio on the topics of payment reform, behavioral health integration, quality strategy, care management, duals and pharmacy. This is the second field hearing designed to glean additional data and information as part of the legislature’s larger conversation on Medicaid Reform.

            WHO:      Committee Chair Senator Dave Burke (R–Marysville), members
                            of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Medicaid

            WHAT:    Senate Field Hearing

            WHEN:   Tuesday, August 27, 2013, 1:00pm

            WHERE: CareSource
                            University Training Room
                            230 North Main Street
                            Dayton, Ohio 45402

            RSVP:     Members of the Media interested in taking photos, video,
                            or sound recording during the hearing should contact Senate Press
                            Secretary Joshua Eck at (614) 466-9009 or
                            prior to the hearing.

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