Action Alerts

  • NCMS Morning Rounds 8-31-20

    NCMS Morning Rounds 8-31-20

     Welcome to a new week! ICYMI – Chip Baggett Selected as New NCMS Executive VP/CEO Yesterday evening NCMS members received a special email with the announcement that the NCMS’ Board […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 8-26-20

    NCMS Morning Rounds 8-26-20

    Halfway through the week and time for your NCMS Morning Rounds.   August 26, 2020 NCMS Board Adopts New Policies At its meeting Monday evening, your NCMS Board of Directors […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-15-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-15-19

    Welcome to another week and your Monday NCMS Morning Rounds. July 15, 2019 NCMS Weekly Legislative Update Legislators were still at work last week trying to determine if there were […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-10-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-10-19

    Already Wednesday and time for your NCMS Morning Rounds. July 10, 2019 Fate of Health Care Bill to Expand Access Unknown Yesterday morning the NC House Health Committee voted 25-6 […]

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  • NCMS Morning Rounds 7-8-19

    NCMS Morning Rounds 7-8-19

    Welcome back! Enjoy Monday’s NCMS Morning Rounds. July 8, 2019 NCMS Weekly Legislative Round-Up With the Governor’s veto of the legislature’s budget, it’s a bit of a waiting game to […]

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  • Action Alert! – Stop Insurers from Burdening Patients

    Action Alert! – Stop Insurers from Burdening Patients

    Take Action! – Oppose HB 220 Section 12 HB 220 – Insurance Technical Changes would allow insurance companies to create plans with narrow networks. In testimony, these new Exclusive Provider […]

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  • Take Action Against Nurse Independent Practice!

    Take Action Against Nurse Independent Practice!

    Yesterday, legislation was introduced in the NC Senate and NC House  to eliminate the physician supervision requirement  of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs).  Supervision is an important patient protection.  Eliminating […]

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