Adds New Central Location for North Carolina Resources as Medicaid Managed Care Transformation Approaches

As the state of North Carolina continues on the path to Medicaid Managed Care Transformation, MediSked has created a central resource for information on the transition and related software solutions. The new landing page on the MediSked website offers information on North Carolina-related News and Events, MediSked Insights (blogs) specific to North Carolina, and highlights person-centered software solutions designed to meet the requirements set by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services as part of the Transformation. The landing page can be found at

Recently, MediSked State Solutions expert Stephanie Crouch published an assessment of the current state of the Medicaid Managed Care Transformation in North Carolina. The article, found in the Insights section of the page, offers an update on the impacted waiver services and current timelines. More North Carolina-focused Insights will be added as the Transformation progresses.

The News Feed feature, under News & Events, is updated regularly with relevant North Carolina related highlights. Additionally, the News & Events section of the page features upcoming virtual conferences and learning opportunities in North Carolina.

“MediSked is one of the few premier technology vendors that has in-depth experience in supporting statewide Medicaid transformation using integrated care management built on the foundation of the federal Health Home State Plan option for individuals with I/DD, Behavioral Health and SUD,” said Rachel Hendrickson, Business Development Supervisor for MediSked. “Our experience puts us in a unique position to advise clients in North Carolina from the application phase through implementation – and this central webpage is a great place to get started.”

To find out more about person-centered technology solutions for North Carolina and their Medicaid Managed Care Transformation, visit

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