State lawmakers were left with more questions than answers after a presentation on Gov. Pat McCrory's Medicaid reform plan.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Aldona Wos and Carol Steckel, director of the state Medicaid program, plan to head across North Carolina in the coming weeks to hear people's concerns about the program and suggestions for change.
Saying North Carolina's Medicaid program is too complex and inconsistent, Gov. Pat McCrory on Wednesday unveiled plans to reform the costly health plan for low-income and disabled state residents.