A hospital system CEO and North Carolina’s treasurer bicker over pricing, cost shifting and growth — with huge implications for eastern North Carolina.
Debates over tax policy, education funding and higher-education governance involve well-meaning people with widely divergent views.
By Edward Martin and David Mildenberg The public may soon get a revealing glimpse of the power of health care lobbying at the state capital, where more than 35 lobbyists are registered to serve [...]
Could improved clarity on health care costs spur a more competitive marketplace?
The state’s banker is itching to fix North Carolina’s biggest long-term financial problem. Will state workers and retirees bear the brunt?
This article was published last month by Private Equity Real Estate, a website that tracks the private equity industry. This is a link to the story: http://bit.ly/2jkgarQ By Evelyn Lee North [...]
The N.C. State Treasurer’s office plans to manage $12.5 billion of passive investments in U.S. stocks on its own, without relying on outside financial services companies.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina won another contract to administer medical claims for North Carolina’s 700,000-member State Health Plan, which spends $3.2 billion annually
State Treasurer Dale Folwell he's cut $25 million in annual pension fund investment fees. Hospitals may see similar pressure.