Colorado to Cease Coverage of Medicaid Circumcisions

Over one-third (18) of all state Medicaid programs do not cover circumcisions.
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Colorado To End Medicaid Coverage of Circumcision

Colorado will end coverage for routine circumcisions under Medicaid next month, adding to what’s become a national debate over the once widely-accepted procedure. The change, which takes effect July 1, is expected to save the state $186,500 a year.

Updated: June 12, 2018 — 8:06 pm
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