In this Friday, May 1, 2015 photo, physician assistant Kristin Suchowiecki administers a nebulizer treatment on patient Jaylin Colon, 9, at Albany Med EmUrgentCare on Friday, May 1, 2015, in Coxsackie, N.Y. New York is using $8 billion in projected federal savings to overhaul its Medicaid program with more outpatient clinics, fewer hospital beds and primary care where low-income patients can see doctors and psychologists in the same visit. Using an estimated $8 billion as incentives, New York is overhauling Medicaid, pushing providers to establish more outpatient clinics, reduce hospital beds, use electronic records and enable low-income patients to see doctors and psychologists in the same visit.

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