Policy Development

NCHA engages with leaders of member health systems to identify emerging issues, look for opportunities to build consensus, proactively develop policies, and provide guidance on advocacy activities to effect positive change.

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Overview

On July 1, 2021 North Carolina’s Medicaid program transitioned from a fee-for-service (FFS) delivery system to a managed care delivery system. Under the fee-for-service model, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) reimbursed physicians and health care providers based on the number of services provided or the number of procedures ordered. This model will now be known as NC Medicaid Direct. Only a small percentage of beneficiaries will stay in Medicaid Direct. Under Managed Care, the State is contracting with insurance companies, called Health Plans. These insurance companies will be paid a capitated rate, which is a pre-determined set rate per person to provide health care services.

This delivery system is drastically different from the previous FFS system. Reimbursement is also drastically different from the previous reimbursement as the MRI/GAP plan will no longer exist. As such, NCHA is taking numerous steps to help its members succeed in Medicaid managed care. Please login using your username and password to see the various resources NCHA has for its members which will be displayed below.

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