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Critics questioned whether a recent state audit attributing a 9 percent savings in Medicaid costs to the nonprofit Community Care of North Carolina was a useful guide to policymakers weighing reforms in the government health insurance program covering 1.4 million poor, elderly, and disabled North Ca
Critics questioned whether a recent state audit attributing a 9 percent savings in Medicaid costs to the nonprofit Community Care of North Carolina was a useful guide to policymakers weighing reforms in the government health insurance program covering 1.4 million poor, elderly, and disabled North Ca
 
With a philosophical gulf still separating the state House and Senate on how best to reform the costly Medicaid program, Illinois is reporting multibillion-dollar success in a reform plan that closely resembles North Carolina Senate Republicans' framework for the future.
With a philosophical gulf still separating the state House and Senate on how best to reform the costly Medicaid program, Illinois is reporting multibillion-dollar success in a reform plan that closely resembles North Carolina Senate Republicans' framework for the future.
 
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
 
An impatient Gov. Pat McCrory used his bully pulpit and a wall of white coats Wednesday to push for immediate legislative action on his administration's stalled proposal to run the state's Medicaid program using an Accountable Care Organization system operated by doctors and hospitals...
An impatient Gov. Pat McCrory used his bully pulpit and a wall of white coats Wednesday to push for immediate legislative action on his administration's stalled proposal to run the state's Medicaid program using an Accountable Care Organization system operated by doctors and hospitals...
 
The current debate over the long-term sustainability of North Carolina's Medicaid program pits defenders of the status-quo Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) model against reformers touting Governor Pat McCrory's proposed Partnership for a Healthy North Carolina.
The current debate over the long-term sustainability of North Carolina's Medicaid program pits defenders of the status-quo Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) model against reformers touting Governor Pat McCrory's proposed Partnership for a Healthy North Carolina.
 
A state audit finding potentially "hundreds of millions of dollars" of Medicaid mismanagement also called for "a scientifically valid study" of North Carolina's showcase Medicaid program due to suspect savings claims and questionable methodologies used to evaluate it.
A state audit finding potentially "hundreds of millions of dollars" of Medicaid mismanagement also called for "a scientifically valid study" of North Carolina's showcase Medicaid program due to suspect savings claims and questionable methodologies used to evaluate it.
 
North Carolina could save $2.7 billion a year by moving away from its primary-care focused Medicaid structure and adopting a managed-care model used in five large Florida counties, based on research by the Foundation for Government
North Carolina could save $2.7 billion a year by moving away from its primary-care focused Medicaid structure and adopting a managed-care model used in five large Florida counties, based on research by the Foundation for Government
 
The popular image of Medicaid is that of a small program that provides basic but good-quality medical care to a limited, impoverished segment of North Carolina’s population – and that politicians have skimped on funding it.
The popular image of Medicaid is that of a small program that provides basic but good-quality medical care to a limited, impoverished segment of North Carolina’s population – and that politicians have skimped on funding it.
 
As North Carolina continues to shift most of its Medicaid recipients into its showcase Community Care of North Carolina program, some say the centralized system needs free-market reforms to avoid chronic and costly budget overruns.
As North Carolina continues to shift most of its Medicaid recipients into its showcase Community Care of North Carolina program, some say the centralized system needs free-market reforms to avoid chronic and costly budget overruns.
 
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