A vast remaking of subsidized Medicaid health care in Illinois, nearly a year in the making and criticized all the way, is set to debut Monday.Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration will add 800,000 low-income and disabled residents to a managed-care program aimed at improving efficiency, keeping people healthier and saving money.But critics have raised sharp questions, from the manner in which the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services sought and signed up insurers [...]

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December 31st, 2017 5:10p.m.

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