Archive for December, 2018

  • NCMS Plan Moves to Help Prevent Diabetes

    NCMS Plan Moves to Help Prevent Diabetes

    The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) Employee Benefit Plan is pleased to announce coverage of the Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes program for all NCMS Plan members with prediabetes, […]

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  • Congratulations to Dr. Nance!

    Congratulations to Dr. Nance!

    Long time North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) member Alisa C. Nance, RPh, MD, FAAFP, of Mooresville, NC, recently was inaugurated as 2018-2019 President of the NC Academy of Family Physicians. […]

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  • In the News

    7 In 10 Doctors Report HIT-related Stress, Healthcare Dive, 12-7-18 How Climate Change is Challenging American Health Care, The Atlantic, 12-6-18 Study: Thousands More NC Children Uninsured in 2017, WUNC, […]

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  • Learning Opportunities

    Throughout the fall, NC DHHS is offering training to help you understand the state’s Advanced Medical Home model as the primary vehicle for delivering local care management at the transition […]

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  • Bowtie Briefing for December 7, 2018

    Chip and Sue Ann detail legislators’ concerns about changes to the State Employee Health Plan reimbursement strategy and what you can do about it. At their lame duck session this […]

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  • Inmate Pharmacy Purchasing and Monitoring Bill

    Inmate Pharmacy Purchasing and Monitoring Bill

    HB 1108/SB 825 PED/Inmate Pharmacy Purchasing/Monitoring Primary House Sponsors: Rep. Craig Horn (R-Union), Rep. Ted Davis (R-New Hanover) Primary Senate Sponsors: Sen. Brent Jackson (R-Duplin) Bill Overview This bill would […]

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  • Opioid Convictions Legislative Task Force Report

    Opioid Convictions Legislative Task Force Report

    The Task Force on Sentencing Reforms for Opioid Drug Convictions met on December 3, 2018. Rep. Greg Murphy, MD (R-Pitt) chaired this committee and provided an overview of the committee’s […]

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