May 25, 2017 To: Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services On behalf of the North Carolina Association of Health Plans (NCAHP), we appreciate this opportunity to provide comments in…
Dee Jones tapped to lead State Health Plan; Eastern NC LME/MCO’s wage a proxy battle in court; and, Senate Republican’s consider watering down House Obamacare repeal.
We look forward to working with NCDHHS and other stakeholders to ensure the successful implementation of sustainable, fiscally-sound Medicaid reforms.
NCAHP is committed to implementing Medicaid reforms that achieve the legislature’s goals of budget predictability and high quality of care.
Dr. Warren Newton has agreed to serve the NC Department of Health and Human Services as a senior medical advisor to help shape Medicaid reform.
NC Division of Health Benefits, tells a legislative oversight committee that office is on track to meet Medicaid overhaul deadlines in March and June.
The General Assembly has taken an important step forward for our state and North Carolina’s Medicaid patients in approving Medicaid reform
The state began moving toward managed care for Medicaid recipients Tuesday despite a persistent group of dissenters who are arguing that the plan rejects a system run by doctors that for years has helped hold down costs.
As the Legislature debates Medicaid reform, the News and Observer’s hysteria grows shriller. Click here for more.
The state Senate gave final approval Tuesday to a bill that would restructure the way health-care and health insurance for the poor, elderly and disabled is handled in North Carolina.