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A flurry of bills were recently filed by North Carolina representatives in an effort to beat the Tuesday deadline. The Senate’s deadline was April 6. The crossover deadline for bills to make it to the opposite chamber is May 13. Here are some health-related bills recently filed in
Steve Lawler is the CEO of the North Carolina Hospital Association. In an interview with State of Reform, he explained why he supports Gov. Roy Cooper’s efforts to expand Medicaid in the state. Currently, North Carolina is one of 12 states that have yet to expand the program.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services urged clinics to resume distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gave it the green light. The CDC investigated several reports of adverse reactions at a PNC Arena mass vaccination event
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is launching a community health initiative called “Say Yes! COVID Test” in Pitt County in collaboration with state and local health departments. The initiative will eventually include Chattanooga, Tenn., and provide up to 160,000 residents with free, rapid self-administered antigen tests. They can
Senate Democrats recently filed SB 402 to expand Medicaid, which they say would insure 600,000 North Carolinians and bring the state billions of dollars worth of economic benefits and federal aid. Representative Verla Insko filed similar legislation which would expand Medicaid for pregnant women last month with HB 316.
The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) issued a statement supporting the inclusion of Medicaid expansion in Gov. Ron Cooper’s budget. North Carolina is one of only 12 states that has yet to take advantage of the expanding the coverage to low-income individuals in a way that is mostly funded by