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California PCIP Receives Additional Funds

California PCIP has received additional federal funds to expand the enrollment cap. Projections from November minutes of the MRMIB indicated that the PCIP would have to lower the cap on subscribers from the estimated 23,100 down to 6,800.

The additional federal funds in conjunction with the rollover of 2011 funds will be used by MRMIB to increase the number of slots for enrollment in CA PCIP above the 6,800 cap. Final enrollment cap is not provided at this time by MRMIB.

This is good news for those with high risk health conditions who may have been denied enrollment in CA PCIP due to enrollment cap.

Letter from MRMIB



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