The state Medicaid office owes medical providers nearly two years worth of back payments for poor, elderly patients
A lot of conversation has come from Raleigh over the past months about the need to reform North Carolina’s “broken” Medicaid system…Read more here.
MACPAC contracted with Beth Waldman of Bailit Health to gain a better understanding of how safety-net providers are participating as ACOs within Medicaid.
There is no competition. And the taxpayers pay through the nose.
Medicaid spending will grow nearly 3 times faster than spending on public schools under the biannual budget being considered in the House.
Medicaid Reform is at the top of this year’s legislative agenda. We’ll preview a new report from Wake Forest University argues for a hybrid strategy.
Read this WellCare paper on modernizing Medicaid. Click here now.
North Carolina legislators should aim for a hybrid strategy — blending affordable care organizations with private providers — in their next attempt at Medicaid reform
The N.C. Hospital Association is wading into the debate about state Medicaid reform, predictably encouraging a provider-led format to address the risk involved in the $14 billion program.
Ned Barnett apparently believes Medicaid isn’t a problem because Community Care of North Carolina says there isn’t a spending problem