North Carolina health officials’ failure to get federal certification for a new, problem-plagued Medicaid payment system could jeopardize some of the system’s nearly $10 million in expected annual savings as glitches still exist that could cause even further delays, according to a state audit released Thursday.
A group of North Carolina doctors has filed a class-action lawsuit seeking millions in damages from the state and its contractors over flawed computer programs that severely delayed Medicaid reimbursements.
North Carolina state lawmakers and medical workers on Tuesday demanded quicker resolution of problems within the state’s new Medicaid billing system as complaints mount about overdue claims payments and unhelpful call center workers.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — After months of outside scrutiny on how they’ve operated two new computer systems and hired high-priced contract workers, North Carolina health agency leaders prepared for tough questions from the people who […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina state legislators are spending a full day scrutinizing the Department of Health and Human Services, especially a pair of computer systems that aren’t working well for some doctors and […]