For months, the CEO of the Cherokee Indian Hospital has quietly traveled to county commission boards throughout the western part of the state, giving presentations on the benefits of Medicaid expansion. As local leaders throughout the conservative region show support for the policy, will they change the minds of state Republicans?
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From NC Health News: Studies show North Carolina’s river otters are thriving, and that’s good news for all of us
The otters play a seminal role in determining the health of a river system. N.C. State University researchers tested hundreds of river otters throughout the state for diseases and metal accumulation. What they found could be good news for humans.
From NC Health News: Overdoses are on the rise. Is it time to provide medication assisted treatment in NC prisons?
COVID-19 stalled the expansion of medication assisted treatment into NC’s prisons, but the demand for it is just as high — if not increasing.
From NC Health News: NC outlines plans in wake of 36 COVID-related veterans deaths in state nursing homes
NC Gov. Roy Cooper says he’ll have his people check out the contract that a Georgia health care company has held for 22 years with the state.