In late March, NCDHHS held a 'Virtual Office Hours' event covering Provider Enrollment Hot Topics and Reminders.
Updated Single Preferred Drug List (PDL) for Medicaid: A new single Preferred Drug List Formulary became effective April 1. Please note that NC Statute 108D-65(6)(b) requires all PHPS/Medicaid Plans use the same drug formulary established by the Department.
North Carolina currently ranks 30th in the country in maternal mortality and 39th in infant mortality. In addition, 12% of women in the state experience postpartum depression.
End-date of some flexibilities set to sunset March 31 extended to June 30, 2022
All health plans offer the same basic benefits and services. Some health plans also offer added services. View health plans to learn about the added services that each health plan offers.
Please join NC Medicaid Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Shannon Dowler, along with the NC Medicaid Managed Care Plan CMOs, for the February Fireside Chat on Thursday, February 17 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Save the date and join in on Thursday, January 20 for the next webinar on Medicaid Managed Care "Hot Topics".
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) transitioned most
Medicaid beneficiaries to NC Medicaid Managed Care (Standard Plans) on July 1, 2021.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) today published summary network adequacy results for Standard Prepaid Health Plans (Standard Plans) which were in effect for the July 1, 2021 “go-live." Network adequacy measures the ability of each NC Medicaid Managed Care health plan to deliver covered benefits by providing adequate access for members to all covered health care services through a network of contracted health care providers. Network adequacy and accessibility standards help verify that members have access to providers and offer an important tool for NC Medicaid to monitor and measure that access.