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Feds Send Money to N.C. to Help with Insurance Enrollment

Feds Send Money to N.C. to Help with Insurance Enrollment

Nov. 1 will be the beginning of the third enrollment period for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act and enrollment advisers are..

September 3, 2015 with 0 Comments
Medicaid By the Numbers: Enrollment

Medicaid By the Numbers: Enrollment

As legislators discuss what to do about the state’s Medicaid program, some numbers to put it in perspective. The first of a series..

August 12, 2015
Through the Glasses with Corrections Enterprises

Through the Glasses with Corrections Enterprises

Correction Enterprises, a division of the N.C. Department of Safety, gives inmates job-training skills and offers affordable, high-quality..

July 9, 2015
Supreme Court Decision on Insurance Subsidies Means Little Will Change in N.C.

Supreme Court Decision on Insurance Subsidies Means Little Will Change in N.C.

The Supreme Court upholds tax credits to purchase Obamacare insurance. The decision means little will change in North Carolina. By Rose..

June 25, 2015
Fewer Uninsured in N.C., But Fewer Still in Medicaid-expansion States

Fewer Uninsured in N.C., But Fewer Still in Medicaid-expansion States

By Rose Hoban New national numbers show that in states that have expanded Medicaid the rates of uninsurance have dropped at a faster rate..

May 21, 2015
A Medical Home on the Coast for Those With No Place to Go

A Medical Home on the Coast for Those With No Place to Go

Care for the uninsured on the Outer Banks comes in the form of a clinic that feels like home. By Jasmin Singh Bobbie Cutrell came back to..

April 13, 2015
As April 15 Approaches, Taxpayers Look to Avoid Insurance Penalties

As April 15 Approaches, Taxpayers Look to Avoid Insurance Penalties

People who’ve decided they don’t want to pay a tax penalty for lacking health insurance have some more chances to get help..

April 7, 2015
Rural Hospitals, One of the Cornerstones of Small-town Life, Face Increasing Pressure

Rural Hospitals, One of the Cornerstones of Small-town Life, Face Increasing Pressure

Guy Gugliotta Kaiser Health News Despite residents’ concerns and a continuing need for services, the 25-bed hospital that served this..

March 23, 2015
An Evening of Community Care

An Evening of Community Care

A rural Western North Carolina clinic offers care to those who’ve ‘fallen through the cracks in the system.’ By Taylor Sisk Monday..

March 23, 2015
Practicing Rural Health Care Right Here at Home

Practicing Rural Health Care Right Here at Home

A residency program in Hendersonville is preparing primary care physicians to live and work in the state’s rural areas. By Taylor Sisk..

March 5, 2015
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