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By Insignia Health
APM Model Awardees to Utilize PAM to Measure Performance and Strengthen Patient Support
By Orange Blossom Family Health
The ribbon cutting ceremony for Orange Blossom Family Health (OBFH) @ Ivey Lane will be held Friday, May 24, from 9am to 10am. Event speakers will include Mayors Buddy Dyer and Jerry Demings and Commissioners Regina Hill and Victoria Siplin.
By North Carolina Nurses Association
NCNA and 12 other organizations are throwing their support behind House Bill 655, the NC Health Care of Working Families Act.
By HomeCentris Healthcare
HomeCentris Healthcare, LLC ("HomeCentris") a Maryland leader in providing home-based health care solutions, today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Personal Touch Home Care of Baltimore, Inc.
By Globe Star, LLC
Benefitting people with autism, hearing or visual impairment, dementia, or other disabilities
By AxessPointe Community Health Centers, Inc.
The Non-Emergent Transportation Program (NET) is a statewide program for Medicaid recipients which provides transportation to and from Medicaid-covered services, such as doctor, dental or counseling appointments for adults and children.
By DelcoUSA
Attorney Karl Dovnik Jr. has won a Medicaid appeals case using the Irrevocable Funeral Trust proving this type of planning works. The Irrvocable Funeral Trust can help leave a legacy for your family while still being eligable to apply for Medicaid.
By myStrength
Peer-reviewed All-Cause Claims Study Validates Decrease in Health Care Costs with Digital Behavioral Health Care. Results Featured in Upcoming Webinar.
By Alliance Behavioral Healthcare
Coalition of LME/MCOs and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of North Carolina partner to ease the transition to managed care for Medicaid members with behavioral health needs and to promote the integration of physical health and pharmaceutical services
By DelcoUSA
DelcoUSA has become the leader in the Irrevocable Funeral Trust Industry. For the month of August DelcoUSA had over $928,000 of Irrevocable Funeral Trust issued for Unity Financial Life, up over $28,000 of predicted sales.
By DelcoUSA
DelcoUSA Sales Funeral Trust Sales Are Up Over 1.1 Million From Last Year.
By Drug Addiction Now
Ohio government officials are looking into applying for a waiver in order to expand addiction treatment and mental health services limited by a Medicaid exclusion.
By DelcoUSA
"Grow Your Business" Conference hosted by the National Care Planning Council (NCPC) is this September 20th and 21st in Salt Lake City, UT.
By DelcoUSA
Recently, Attorney Karl Dovnik Jr. had a case where the family came into our office and Mom had too many assets to qualify for Medicaid.  She was currently in the nursing home spending approximately $9,250.00 per month.
By Drug Addiction Now
The Virginia Department of Health reported a rise in overdose deaths in the state, while officials try to expand addiction treatment and prevention efforts.
By Care3
Care3™, the world's first team collaboration platform for healthcare delivered in the home and community, is announcing new product enhancements for PACE (Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly).
By Care3
Care3™, the world's first team collaboration platform for healthcare delivered in the home and community, is sponsoring the 2018 North Carolina PACE Association Annual Conference.
By Alliance Behavioral Healthcare
Johnston County Mental Health, the Local Management Entity for public mental health, substance use, and intellectual/developmental disability care for the citizens of Johnston County, will merge with Alliance Behavioral Healthcare effective July 1.
By Care3
Care3™ (, the world's first team collaboration platform for healthcare delivered in the home and community, announced the closing of its series seed round of financing. The round was led by J.
By Alliance for Better Health
Alliance for Better Health Provides Seed Money for Social Service Organizations to Innovate to Improve Health
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new study has shown that low-income U.S. residents living in Medicaid expansion states are significantly more likely to have health insurance and to receive a routine check-up compared to low-income residents of non-expansion states.

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