Care4Carolina

Seeking to strengthen the wellbeing of our state by increasing access to affordable, quality healthcare for North Carolinians.

Seeking to strengthen the wellbeing of our state by increasing access to affordable, quality healthcare for North Carolinians.

Closing the coverage gap is a human and economic imperative. It's time we worked together - across party lines, and as rural and urban communities - to close the gap. The health of our rural people and our rural economy depend on it.
Patrick Woodie
President / NC Rural Center
Many women lack critical health insurance prior to getting pregnant, and at least six months following the birth of their child. Closing the coverage gap will ensure all moms and all babies have continuous access to healthcare.
Michaela Penix
Director of Maternal Child Health & Government Affairs / March of Dimes
Closing the health coverage gap is so important both for our economy and for the working citizens of our state.
Don Flow
CEO / Flow Automotive Companies

Recent Updates

Cancer Mortality Reduced in States That Have Closed the Coverage Gap

By Richard Rosen, MD It is cruel that a coverage gap exists for North Carolinians who make too much to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to purchase insurance under the Affordable Care Act.   More than 500,000 would gain coverage if NC joined the 38 other states that have expanded Medicaid and it would improve chances […]

Closing Coverage Gaps to Promote Successful Prison Re-entry for Persons with Mental Illness

By Marvin Swartz, MD The United States has the largest prison population in the world, with over 2.3 million people incarcerated. It is estimated that 8% to 20% of the prison population has a severe mental illness   and persons with mental illness are three times more likely to be incarcerated, compared with the general population. One key […]

Reaching out….Together

By John Coggin And a large crowd followed [Jesus] and pressed in on him. Now there was a woman who had been suffering from hemorrhages for twelve years. She had endured much under many physicians, and had spent all that she had; and she was no better, but rather grew worse. She had heard about […]