“Critical Condition” Series on Medicaid Offers Comprehensive Overview of NC Challenges

The Raleigh News & Observer published a two-part series Critical Condition: The Trouble with Medicaid   over the July 4th weekend, offering a comprehensive look at the challenges facing the program and the various proposals to fix the system. The North Carolina Medical Society has been working diligently over the past year and a half with legislators, the NC Department of Health and Human Services and the governor to craft a reform plan that places doctors and their patients at the center.

The debate at the General Assembly is continuing over the best path for reform. Watch your email for NCMS Action Alerts to help legislators understand which reform model you favor.

Here are the articles from the News & Observer series for background:

NC Medicaid Office in Disarray

We Can’t Stand Up for Ourselves

Medicaid Agency Has Been Perennial Headache

Legislators Battle Over Medicaid Spending

For Medicaid Program is “Broken” a Bad Rap?

Here is an editorial on the series from the News & Observer’s sister publication, The Charlotte Observer:

DHHS Medicaid Fixes Start at the Top

 
 

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