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Healthcare - South Carolina abortion ban ruled unconstitutional

Healthcare – South Carolina abortion ban ruled unconstitutional

There is still no Speaker of the House. But for $218 you can be pub chairman. In health news, abortion rights advocates have won a major victory in South Carolina after the Supreme Court struck down the state’s six-week ban. Welcome to The Hill’s Health Care newsletter, where we follow the latest policy developments and …

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North Carolina education and health officials offer teletherapy program in schools

North Carolina education and health officials offer teletherapy program in schools

RALEIGH, North Carolina – The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are requesting $4.2 million to provide remote mental health services to approximately 10,000 college students. The request is one of several the departments are jointly doing to expand mental health training and support in …

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North Carolina education and health officials offer teletherapy program in schools

North Carolina education and health officials offer teletherapy program in schools

RALEIGH, North Carolina – The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are requesting $4.2 million to provide remote mental health services to approximately 10,000 college students. The request is one of several the departments are jointly doing to expand mental health training and support in …

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North Carolina is facing a "behavioral health tsunami".  More and more teenagers are seriously considering suicide.

North Carolina is facing a “behavioral health tsunami”. More and more teenagers are seriously considering suicide.

According to the latest biennial student behavior survey, more than one in five high school students in North Carolina have seriously considered attempting suicide. Results from the 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey presented to the State Board of Education on Wednesday showed an increase in the number of students reporting suicidal behaviors and feeling depressed. …

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Largest Mental Health Practice in Northern South Carolina Region Switches to eClinicalWorks to Streamline Care

Largest Mental Health Practice in Northern South Carolina Region Switches to eClinicalWorks to Streamline Care

WESTBOROUGH, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–eClinicalWorks®, the largest outpatient cloud EHR, today announced that Palmetto Counseling & Consulting has transitioned to eClinicalWorks’ multidimensional EHR solution. As the largest mental and behavioral health practice in the Rock Hill and Fort Mill, SC area, Palmetto Counseling needed a new EHR solution to integrate behavioral health solutions and management tools drugs …

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Court rules North Carolina state health plan constitutes a "health program or activity", granting summary judgment to transgender plaintiffs with allegations of ACA discrimination

Court rules North Carolina state health plan constitutes a “health program or activity”, granting summary judgment to transgender plaintiffs with allegations of ACA discrimination

Tuesday, December 13, 2022 On December 5, 2022, the U.S. District Court for the Intermediate District of North Carolina ruled that the North Carolina State Health Plan (NCSHP) constituted a “health program or activity” under the law of Affordable Care (ACA). In doing so, the court finalized its decision by granting summary judgment and finding …

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The Supremes Hear Moore v.  Harper, Hurricane Survivors Demand ReBuild NC Accountable, More Anxiety and a North Carolina Health Care Worker Shortage: Top Stories of the Week on Policy Watch |  The pulse

The Supremes Hear Moore v. Harper, Hurricane Survivors Demand ReBuild NC Accountable, More Anxiety and a North Carolina Health Care Worker Shortage: Top Stories of the Week on Policy Watch | The pulse

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Carolina researchers awarded $1 million from CZI to fight necrotizing enterocolitis |  Writing

Carolina researchers awarded $1 million from CZI to fight necrotizing enterocolitis | Writing

Principal investigators Misty Good, MD, MS, and Scott Magness, PhD, at UNC School of Medicine, and Jennifer Canvasser, MSW, NEC Society will lead a $1 million Chan Zuckerberg Initiative-funded project to map cellular roles in necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). Misty Good, MD, and Scott Magness, PhD CHAPEL HILL, NC – The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced …

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Many in North Carolina are concerned about health insurance costs and whether or not they can trust providers.

Poll Shows What 200 Western North Carolina Residents Think About Health Insurance

ASHEVILLE — A new Meredith poll of more than 1,000 North Carolina residents took the statewide temperature on attitudes toward health insurance and reported that residents in western North Carolina are somewhat neutral or positive about their coverage. The survey, conducted between October 17 and November 17. 2 and released November 15, surveyed 199 people …

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North Carolina hospitals earned millions from federal health insurance

North Carolina hospitals earned millions from federal health insurance

PICTURES | ATRIUM HEALTH Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, seen Oct. 24, is owned by Atrium Health. Atrium Health, North Carolina’s largest hospital system, has publicly stated that in 2019 it provided $640 million in services to Medicare patients that were never paid. Atrium Health, North Carolina’s largest hospital system, has publicly stated that in …

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