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NCHA applauds statewide shelter-in-place order

Directive follows request by hospitals to help stem COVID-19 spread CARY, NC – The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) applauds Governor Roy Cooper’s decision to issue a statewide shelter-in-place order, which comes after healthcare leaders throughout the state called for the directive to

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Triangle area residents can purchase meals to feed healthcare workers on frontlines of COVID-19

“Feeding the Soul” effort also supports local restaurants during time of great need CARY, NC – An emergency response fund has been created by the North Carolina Healthcare Foundation (NCHF) to help workers at Triangle region hospitals receive deliveries of nutritious meals as

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Healthcare Leaders Convene to Discuss Future of Care in North Carolina

NCHA members discuss continued commitment to equitable and accessible care for all through value-based care CARY, N.C.–The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) convened 300 hospital and health system leaders and other stakeholders from across the state last week to discuss their role in

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Statement on Delay of Medicaid Managed Care

Below is a statement from NCHA regarding the delay of Medicaid Managed Care: Medicaid managed care implementation has been delayed, as expected. In the meantime, North Carolina hospitals and health systems are not sitting still. We are committed to leading efforts to create

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Mobile Health Programs Bring Care to North Carolina Communities

When most people get sick, they drive to a primary care or urgent care office. But that’s not possible for everyone. So, North Carolina hospitals are finding ways to bring medical care directly to the people. In Forsyth County, Wake Forest Baptist Health

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Cultivating the Next Generation of Healthcare Professionals

  Hospitals know that being an active member of the community is essential to understanding how to help the community thrive. But engaging with the community can also play a big role in cultivating the next generation of doctors, nurses and other healthcare

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Despite Facts, State Treasurer Rejects Value-Based Care

The North Carolina State Treasurer is promoting a new healthcare provider payment model tied to federally-determined Medicare rates (reference-based pricing) as the panacea for the long-term viability of the State Health Plan. Despite numerous conversations with physicians and other healthcare leaders across the

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