McCrory plan would open state's Medicaid business to private companies
RALEIGH Gov. Pat McCrory wants to overhaul the state’s Medicaid program by having managed care companies offer health care plans for poor, elderly and disabled people.
The overhaul, unveiled by administration officials Wednesday, would diminish the role of a nationally recognized nonprofit agency while opening the state’s Medicaid business to private companies that now provide such services in more than half the states in the country.
McCrory said Wednesday that the change would benefit health care providers and the state by bringing predictability to Medicaid expenses,... read more
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