About 13% more youth in foster care enrolled in Medicaid managed care received preventive care than foster youth enrolled in fee-for-service (FFS) Medicaid. Moreover, the transition to managed care was associated with an over 12% increase in the number of youth in foster care who were continuously enrolled and thus able to access Medicaid primary care services. These findings were reported in “Visits to Primary Care and Emergency Department Reliance for Foster Youth: Impact of Medicaid Managed Care” by Melissa A. Bright, Ph.D.; Lawrence Kleinman, M.D., MPH, Bruce Vogel, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Shenkman, P.h . . .