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Medicaid recruiters hasten for Texas dental patients

They competence be called annuity hunters.

They’re dressed as dental professionals, though they are recruiters whose pursuit is to find Medicaid-eligible children for dentists to work on.

In 2010, Medicaid paid $1.6 billion for dental work on children, some-more than $500 per child.

The recruiter’s pursuit is to tempt relatives to take their children to a bureau of a certain dentist. They mostly give giveaway gifts to relatives to sign a bargain.

Some dentists, in turn, recompense a recruiters by giving them a reward for any child they move in to a office.

All of it is eventually saved by taxpayers’ money.

On a new Friday

Article source: http://www.kens5.com/news/local/Medicaid-recruiters-scramble-for-Texas-dental-patients-156914145.html

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