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Rick Brajer took the oath of office as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services today. Brajer succeeds Aldona Wos, MD, who has served as secretary since January 2013.
The resignation of state Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos, announced Wednesday, could bring Medicaid reform, a goal of Senate legislative leaders, one step closer
Before North Carolina considers Medicaid expansion, it should ensure its existing rolls are not bloated with ineligible recipients, and create a verification system to prevent adding even more unqualified beneficiaries, a national health policy analyst warns.
Just when we were beginning to trust that North Carolina's Medicaid program was better managed and actually spending within its allocated budget we learned the program hasn't been paying doctors and hospitals what they are owed.
With a philosophical gulf still separating the state House and Senate on how best to reform the costly Medicaid program, Illinois is reporting multibillion-dollar success in a reform plan that closely resembles North Carolina Senate Republicans' framework for the future.
With a philosophical gulf still separating the state House and Senate on how best to reform the costly Medicaid program, Illinois is reporting multibillion-dollar success in a reform plan that closely resembles North Carolina Senate Republicans' framework for the future.
With a philosophical gulf still separating the state House and Senate on how best to reform the costly Medicaid program, Illinois is reporting multibillion-dollar success in a reform plan that closely resembles North Carolina Senate Republicans' framework for the future.
A new audit report calls into question nearly $4.9 million in spending by Four-County Community Services, a nonprofit organization that runs Head Start programs and provides other assistance to low-income families in seven southeastern North Carolina counties.
The North Carolina Division of Public Health, Early Intervention Branch announces public review of and comment on the state's federal grant application under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA).
DHHS today announced contracts with two leading service firms - Alvarez and Marsal and Navigant Healthcare - to support the Division of Medical Assistance (DMA) as it continues its work to improve and strengthen operations of the North Carolina Medicaid program.
Today's updated numbers show that North Carolina continues to make significant progress toward meeting federal requirements for processing FNS (food stamp) applications and recertifications.
Counties across North Carolina continue to make headway toward the February 10 goal for eliminating backlogs of FNS (food stamp), with more than 1,100 additional applications processed on Tuesday.
Anthony Vellucci, Program Director for NC FAST (NC Families Accessing Services through Technology), will leave DHHS March 7 to join EngagePoint, a private healthcare software and IT services firm based in Maryland.
In the letter (attached), the USDA acknowledges the significant progress the state has made toward reducing the remaining outstanding cases.
As Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos places a top deputy temporarily in charge of the state's beleaguered Medicaid system, state Auditor Beth Wood has launched a cost and performance study of the nonprofit entity overseeing much of Medicaid, the joint federal/state...
A public meeting on Medicaid reform will be held by the N.C. Medicaid Reform Advisory Group and the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
DHHS Secretary Aldona Wos held a late afternoon conference call with legislators to provide an update on NC FAST regarding the status of compliance with the USDA standards for Food and Nutrition Services (food stamps).
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) today presented its Medicaid reform plan to the General Assembly.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) seeks proposals from eligible nonprofit organizations to provide essential human services for persons with special needs.
Secretary Aldona Wos announced today that, despite last week's revelation of an additional 8,100 cases in Guilford County, DHHS is optimistic that the state and counties have reasonably achieved the USDA's March 31 milestone.
Skeptics of the Medicaid reform plan announced in February by the McCrory administration are wary of using a relatively untested framework of what are known as accountable care organizations to administer and deliver Medicaid services.
Accountable care organizations that are the cornerstone of the state's Medicaid reform plan are "HMOs on steroids," one national expert says, and they face certain opposition in the state Senate.
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