Transitioning Children with Special Health Care Needs from Pediatric to Adult Care...NC Department of Health and Human Services

Transitioning Children with Special Health Care Needs from Pediatric to Adult Care.NC Department of Health and Human Services

North Carolina Hospital Will Shut Down In Six Months Because The State Won't Expand Medicaid | ThinkProgress

North Carolina Hospital Will Shut Down In Six Months Because The State Won’t Expand Medicaid

Intervention: Will North Carolina Clean Up its Medicaid Plan? - http://www.healtherpeople.com/intervention-will-north-carolina-clean-up-its-medicaid-plan.html

Intervention: Will North Carolina Clean Up its Medicaid Plan?

Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services, hosted the fourth and last Medicaid Reform Public hearing last night in Raleigh. Secretary Cohen noted that even though there were hearings last year before the previous administration submitted its plan to move North Carolina’s Medicaid program to a hybrid managed care ...

North Carolina’s Medicaid reform is missing one transformative component - The Progressive Pulse

The League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad writes letter to Gov. McCrory | The Progressive Pulse

Nearly half of NC's local school boards sign on as plaintiffs in school voucher case; several also reject teacher contracts - The Progressive Pulse

Nine states are planning to implement work requirements for their Medicaid enrollees, following Kentucky, which on Friday became the first place in the country to be approved to create such a program.  Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Utah, and Wisconsin have submitted their own proposals, though some will have to work with federal officials to make sure their requests fit the guidelines laid out Thursday by the Trump administration.

Nine states are planning to implement work requirements for their Medicaid enrollees, following Kentucky, which on Friday became the first place in the country to be approved to create such a program. Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Utah, and Wisconsin have submitted their own proposals, though some will have to work with federal officials to make sure their requests fit the guidelines laid out Thursday by the Trump administration.

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Blame North Carolina's Medicaid Policies for the Tough New Grad Job Market

By Law, North Carolina will Not Create Obamacare Exchange or Expand Medicaid

Earlier this month, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed Senate Bill 4 is an “Act to Clarify the State’s Intent not to operate a state-run or “partnership”…

School Counselor Sentenced To Two Years In Prison For Defrauding North Carolina Medicaid  | USAO-WDNC | Department of Justice

School Counselor Sentenced To Two Years In Prison For Defrauding North Carolina Medicaid

NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAID EXPANSION

Obamacare Obstruction in N.C. Partly To Blame For Hospital Closure

"North Carolina Hospital Closes, Citing No Expansion.

NC Division of Medical Assistance - High quality health care through Medicaid and Health Choice for Children.

North Carolina Medicaid and Health Choice offer different ways that may help pay for some or all of the cost of health care.

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Is North Carolina Medicaid Only For the Poor?

Gov. Roy Cooper wants to take immediate executive action to expand Medicaid in North Carolina!

This is great news for North Carolinians. Hopefully he can move quickly, before President-elect repeal and delay Obamacare is sworn in. Of course Republicans drunk with power in North Carolina are outraged that the Governor wants to help the people.

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