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West Virginia Family Health announced July 31 it is entering the Medicaid managed care market in 53 West Virginia counties to deliver services to Medicaid members eligible for managed care.

WVFH will begin enrolling members for services effective Sept. 1, 2014.

“Highmark West Virginia has been evaluating opportunities to enter the Medicaid managed care market,” said Fred Earley, president of Highmark West Virginia.

The network, managed through Highmark West Virginia, will provide access to physicians, hospitals and health providers.

 Members will have access to primary and specialty care in their local communities.

For more information about WVFH and its services, visit wvfh.com.