At the North Carolina Public Health Association (NCPHA) annual educational conference in Asheville this week, Erin Shoe, Deputy Healthy Director at Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA), Cabarrus County’s public health authority, was presented with the Reynolds Achievement Award.
Shane Bare was quickly granted a victory in his appeal for coverage of a live-saving drug to treat his CIDP. It’s a far cry from his last battle against his plan sponor and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services when he had to appeal denials five times before finally winning approval from a judge.
The garnishment process allows hospitals to collect on unpaid medical bills, but a WBTV Investigation raises questions about whether debtors are told about their legal rights to protest the collection.
A special ceremony and flag raising took place on Wednesday in Salisbury. To mark April as Organ Donation month, a special flag with the Donate Life message was raised at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU), the Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA), and Rowan County Health Department hosted an After the Pandemic: Living with COVID symposium in March with a focus on three topics: Equity, Economy and Business, and Creditability.
Kannapolis City Schools officials say they felt it was important to join the lawsuit with other districts aimed at hopefully better informing the school community on the damaging consequences of this company’s products on school-aged children.
After obtaining the fraudulent loan proceeds, court records say the father and son engaged in unlawful monetary transactions with the proceeds of the scheme, including making $30,000 payments to family members.
According to the findings from the 2021 National Pharmacy Workplace Survey, 88 percent of people working in pharmacies said inadequate staffing is likely to contribute to medication errors or near misses.