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Costs watched as Medicaid managed care begins in N. Carolina

Most of North Carolina’s Medicaid recipients have now moved over to managed care.

Enrollment for North Carolina Medicaid managed care ending

North Carolina Medicaid recipients are running out of time to ensure they’ll have no trouble getting the doctor they want when the program makes a significant shift soon.

New Hanover County Health and Human Services holds drive-thru Medicaid enrollment event

Today, a drive-through Medicaid Enrollment Event, and Community Resource Fair was hosted by the New Hanover County Health and Human Services Department of Social Services at Health and Human Services building.

Gov. Roy Cooper talks COVID-19 response, future of healthcare in State of the State address

On Monday, Governor Roy Cooper delivered his State of the State address, covering a number of topics.

Patient enrollment begins for NC Medicaid managed care shift

North Carolina’s Medicaid recipients now can decide which health plan they’ll use for medical services when a system overhaul goes online July 1.

Audit: NC Medicaid failed to confirm provider qualifications

North Carolina's state auditor says the state's Medicaid agency fell short on ensuring doctors and other medical providers met licensing and ownership qualifications to serve patients in the program.

Cooper’s budget proposal includes Medicaid expansion, bonds

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is recommending to legislators how to spend nearly $1 billion in COVID-19 federal relief dollars, mainly for public health, K-12 schools and local governments.

COVID-19 testing costs now reimbursable for uninsured in SC

South Carolinians without health insurance can now apply to have COVID-19 testing costs reimbursed by the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

NC lawmakers done with most of year’s work after marathon

North Carolina lawmakers have finished most of their work for the year. House and Senate members began a marathon meeting Thursday that didn't get done until early Friday morning.

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