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Two chances to weigh in on Medicaid privatization

Got questions or comments about the McCrory Administration’s plan to  privatize much of the state’s Medicaid system?

Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos and Medicaid Director Carol Steckel will hold two public hearings today and again on Thursday to answer questions about privatizing the $13 billion program and what it would mean for patients and health care providers. Aldona Wos

Wednesday in Durham:
4:00 p.m.
Durham Hilton
3800 Hillsborough Road, Durham, NC
RSVP with names of attendants to RSVP@dhhs.nc.gov

Thursday in Greenville:
1:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU
115 Heart Drive, Greenville, NC
RSVP: http://ncdhhs-greenville.eventbrite.com/ or to RSVP@dhhs.nc.gov

One Comment


  1. Norma Blalock

    May 15, 2013 at 11:17 am

    I really don’t understand what the big HURRY is to change everything in N.C.! Let “we the People” have time to invistigate a little & understand more! ALL the changes in Raleigh have left a BAD taste in my mouth!

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