Illinois owes dentists $225M in reimbursements: 3 key points

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With a growing unpaid backlog, the state of Illinois owes its dentists $225 million in reimbursements, according to Fox Business.

Here are three key points:

1. The $225 million worth of reimbursement bills date back to 2016 (23 months ago).

2. Dentists are beginning to sell their receivables and asking state employees to pay reimbursements in cash.

3. Currently, Illinois has an unpaid backlog of $14.6 billion and growing.

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