North Carolina doctors and healthcare administrators have expressed concern that allowing for-profit insurers to be one or more of the projected three statewide community-care entities could put the state's reform effort in unnecessary danger. The fear is that the insurers could leave the state if they don't get the revenue levels they expect.
N.C. physicians, health administrators wary of for-profit insurers in Medicaid reform
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