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Original Source: Trusted Health Plans, Inc.

Washington D.C. based Trusted Health Plans, Inc. (Trusted) is a minority owned HMO and Managed Care Organization (MCO) that presently services Medicaid and Washington D.C. Alliance eligible residents, and provides its enrollees with unprecedented access to health care services that will materially improve their health and decrease disparities found within the community. Trusted has partnered with DST Health Solutions, a leading healthcare company, to establis...

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