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“We value our long-term relationship with the Cleveland Clinic,” CareSource said in its own statement. “Our hope is that contract negotiations have not ended and we’re open to continued dialogue. We are hopeful for a resolution. If an agreement is not reached our members will receive an extensive list of high quality care options in the Cleveland region.
“We continue to meet and dialogue with the Cleveland Clinic,” the company added. “Our hope is for an agreement and resolution on behalf of CareSource members who receive their quality health care.”
CareSource, a nonprofit Medicaid managed care provider and commercial health insurer, is one of Dayton’s fastest-growing companies. The membership in its health plans has grown to more than 1.5 million.