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After several major revisions, Medicaid reform that had delayed budget approvals during recent years passed the General Assembly on Tuesday. Gov. Pat McCrory on Wednesday signed the measure.
In the series "Cut This, Go Home," several items that should have been eliminated from the budget were highlighted to facilitate the budget's passage and to enable legislators to go home sooner.
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
On a steamy Tuesday afternoon in Raleigh, the NC House of Representatives voted 112-0 not to concur with the Senate's version of the 2015-2016 Budget (House Bill #97). Now, hard core negotiating begins.
Will North Carolina ever reform Medicaid? After more than two years, we aren't much closer to reform solutions today than we were a year ago.
North Carolina lawmakers grappling with Medicaid reform should combine elements of competing proposals in the state House and Senate to give patients more choices while remaining accountable to taxpayers, a panel of experts at an April 13 briefing for policy makers and industry officials said.
North Carolina lawmakers grappling with Medicaid reform should combine elements of competing proposals in the state House and Senate to give patients more choices while remaining accountable to taxpayers, a panel of experts at an April 13 briefing for policy makers and industry officials said.
Governor Pat McCrory discussed the progress North Carolina has experienced in job creation, innovation and public-private sector cooperation as part of a panel of governors at the Milken Institute's 2015 Global Conference held in Los Angeles.
On a steamy Tuesday afternoon in Raleigh, the NC House of Representatives voted 112-0 not to concur with the Senate's version of the 2015-2016 Budget (House Bill #97). Now, hard core negotiating begins.
North Carolina lawmakers grappling with Medicaid reform should combine elements of competing proposals in the state House and Senate to give patients more choices while remaining accountable to taxpayers, a panel of experts at an April 13 briefing for policy makers and industry officials said.
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).
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) today presented its Medicaid reform plan to the General Assembly.
The House earlier today resoundingly rejected the Senate's version of a Medicaid overhaul bill, and the expectation is that, far from killing reform this year, it's a signal that serious negotiations will evolve.
Converting the federal portion of North Carolina's Medicaid program into an annual block grant would go a long way toward limiting Medicaid's unpredictable annual cost overruns.
The North Carolina House released its budget plan for FY 2014-15, which would spend $21.09 billion. The total would be a 2.3 percent increase over the current fiscal year's budget.
I am a primary care physician with over 20 years experience delivering care in the Army and to North Carolina's Medicaid population, and currently run a pediatric clinic in Burlington.
Ongoing Medicaid reform initiatives seeking to rein in unnecessary spending and better coordinate patient care may improve North Carolina's medical assistance program to a degree, and the special interests involved ostensibly have good intentions.
Gov. Pat McCrory and the GOP-led state legislature are at odds over the budget, Medicaid reform, Common Core, and other issues.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after the overwhelmingly bipartisan passage of a Medicaid reform bill (HB 1181) by the North Carolina House of Representatives.
Legislative Democrats took a few jabs at state Auditor Beth Wood, a fellow Democrat, at a Tuesday meeting of the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services.
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