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Checkboxes for satisfaction The National Association of Medicaid Directors acknowledged the need for a system to measure performance but said its members have concerns about its accuracy and usefulness.. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Trump administration Monday released a Medicaid “scorecard” intended to show how the nation’s largest health program is performing. But the nation’s top Medicaid official didn’t want to draw any conclusions.

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