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NC Healthcare Association Delivers Proposal to General Assembly and Governor and Calls on General Assembly to Quickly Pass Medicaid Expansion

Proposal includes certificate of need law reforms Association asks General Assembly to find resources to ensure stability of rural hospitals  Cary, NC – September 16, 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) delivered a proposal to Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger,

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Letter: Adopt the Healthcare Access and Stabilization Program

Cary, NC – August, 5 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) sent a letter today to Governor Roy Cooper, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and Speaker of the House Tim Moore emphasizing the unwavering support of Medicaid expansion by North Carolina hospitals

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NCHA Statement on Assault Incident at Duke Raleigh Hospital 

Cary, NC – July 29, 2022 – An assault on a Duke Health employee in a healthcare setting yesterday is a stark reminder of the rising tide of workplace violence faced by health care workers and why we must do everything we can

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NCHA Statement on Governor Roy Cooper Signing State Budget

Cary, NC – July 11, 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association thanks Governor Cooper for signing the state budget plan passed by the North Carolina General Assembly. It contains important provisions for North Carolina hospitals to continue to respond to and recover

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Joint Statement on House Version: SB408, Rural Healthcare Access and Savings Plan

The following joint statement is endorsed by these organizations: The North Carolina Healthcare Association, the North Carolina Medical Society and The Old North State Medical Society.   June 23, 2022 – Providing access to high-quality healthcare for the working poor across our state is

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NCHA Statement on Health Systems Receiving Provider Relief Fund Assistance

Cary, NC – June 22, 2022 – All of North Carolina’s hospitals and health systems, regardless of size, location and ownership type have provided essential and lifesaving care to their patients and communities during the pandemic. Congress recognized the critical role hospitals play as

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NCHA Statement on NC Senate Vote Passing H149

Cary, NC – June 2, 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association thanks the North Carolina Senate for advancing a bill that includes Medicaid expansion to improve access to health care coverage for approximately half a million North Carolinians currently in the coverage

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Op-Ed on Violence Prevention from Steve Lawler, President and Chief Executive Officer, North Carolina Healthcare Association

Gun violence is an epidemic that is shattering lives and communities.   Mass shootings and other violent acts are happening all-too-often in homes and public settings, including in hospitals and medical offices – our community’s safety nets for help and healing.   While you might

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North Carolina Healthcare Association Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare in 2022

North Carolina Healthcare Association Recognized as one  of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare in 2022

Cary, NC – May 19, 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Healthcare nationwide in the Supplier/Vendor category. The complete list of 150 winners in two categories,

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NCHA Names John Thompson as Vice President of State Government Affairs

Cary, NC – April 12, 2022 – The North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA) has named John Thompson to the position of Vice President of State Government Affairs. Thompson will be responsible for leading the association’s advocacy efforts with the state legislature, also working closely

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