North Carolina

A Primer on Opportunities for Medicaid-Safety Net Collaboration The prevalence of substance abuse disorders in the United States has increased dramatically in the past 15 years with catastrophic consequences, especially in rural regions of the United States. Deaths and injuries from illegal opioid and heroin use are more prevalent in rural states, and death from […]

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    The early years of a child’s life are critical for growth and development. Identifying developmental delays early and providing appropriate referral and treatment can help prevent more severe issues as well as considerable costs. State Medicaid agencies can play an important role in promoting early identification of developmental delays by reimbursing and tracking the use […]

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    Part 2 in the Transforming the Workforce to Provide Better Chronic Care: The Role of Registered Nurses series. Click to see the rest of the series. Community Care of North Carolina utilizes community-based obstetric (OB) nurse coordinators to help administrate and support North Carolina’s Pregnancy Medical Home program—a program that aims to improve birth outcomes […]

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    October 20, 2014 | Filed under: North Carolina, Publications
  • Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) Most North Carolina Medicaid recipients receive medical home services under the Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) program. In 1998, CCNC launched as an eight-county, 100,000-enrollee pilot extension of the existing Carolina Access primary care case management (PCCM) program – which served the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) […]

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    April 1, 2014 | Filed under: North Carolina
  • In North Carolina: Medicaid services are delivered primarily through a primary care case management (PCCM) program that is supported by Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC), which has a contract in place with the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance (NC DMA, state Medicaid agency). Through this contract CCNC does not bear any risk, as […]

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    November 5, 2013 | Filed under: North Carolina
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    As part of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)’s Infrastructure for Maintaining Primary Care Transformation initiative, NASHP worked with four states (Idaho, Maryland, Montana, and West Virginia) that sought to adapt aspects of North Carolina’s nationally recognized model of primary care practice transformation. This report summarizes the value of primary care transformation for […]

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  • 2014 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – North Carolina 2012 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – North Carolina 2010 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – North Carolina 2008 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – North Carolina Additional States’ CHIP Fact Sheets… Adobe Acrobat .PDF printable versions of the North Carolina NASHP CHIP Fact Sheets Key Highlights: Program Type: North […]

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    December 6, 2012 | Filed under: North Carolina
  • In 2010, North Carolina passed Session Law 2010-31, appropriations legislation that, among other things, mandated by July 1, 2012 the Department of Health and Human Services, the Division of Medical Assistance and the North Carolina Community Care Networks (NCCCN) create a comprehensive plan under Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) that incorporates performance metrics with […]

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    August 21, 2012 | Filed under: North Carolina
  • Designed for primary care practices in North Carolina, this initiative promotes a family-centered approach aim at promoting positive developmental outcomes through practice redesign. The materials provide guidance, information, and activities to develop systems and strategies to implement Bright Future recommendations. There are six modules that help to identify more efficient practice based systems to organize […]

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    July 1, 2010 | Filed under: North Carolina
  • State funds are appropriated for HIT in North Carolina. North Carolina will consider user fees, transaction fees, membership fees, and assessments on claims. Refer to pages 29-31 of the state Strategic Plan.

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    March 31, 2010 | Filed under: North Carolina