A combined $9.7 million is owed to about 2,500 Medicaid services providers, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services confirmed Thursday.
While provider-led health plans should be part of North Carolina’s Medicaid solution, relying exclusively on newly created Medicaid health plans offered by doctors and hospitals falls short of the goals of real reform.
House Republicans are again moving a solution through their chamber to contain Medicaid costs while improving patient health.
Rep. Marilyn Avila, R-Wake, argued Tuesday morning that both PLEs and MCOs should be able to compete for the contracts.
Supporters say it will keep costs down and make them more predictable in the future – two long-time elusive goals when it comes to Medicaid reform.
NC Medicaid Choice Coalition Urges Reform of Medicaid to Bring Budget Certainty and Improve Patient Care for Recipients
The state Medicaid office owes medical providers nearly two years worth of back payments for poor, elderly patients
A lot of conversation has come from Raleigh over the past months about the need to reform North Carolina’s “broken” Medicaid system…Read more here.
MACPAC contracted with Beth Waldman of Bailit Health to gain a better understanding of how safety-net providers are participating as ACOs within Medicaid.
There is no competition. And the taxpayers pay through the nose.