Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Insight Vol. 14 Issue 1, May 1992
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Tar Heels exceed the national averages in deaths from heart disease, cancer, injuries, and infant mortality. This article examines what the state can do about its relatively poor showing in health condition.
$3.6 billion of government money, some of which funds state government programs that focus primarily on health care, is spent on health programs in North Carolina each year.
The State Division of Facility Services is responsible for regulating and administering penalties and fines to nursing homes, and for addressing problems in nursing home care.
The judgment in the recent case of Woodson v. Rowland expanded an injured worker's ability to win claims against employers for work-place injuries.
North Carolina's registered health care lobbyists are listed.