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In North Carolina, questions remain about the concept of managed competition as a solution to the health care problem.
In 1991, the state set objectives to improve citizens' health by the year 2000. To date only one objective, reducing teenage pregnancy for ages 15-17, has been met, while others have not yet been achieved.
Medicaid is a major source of insurance for people living in North Carolina.. Kenneth Kaufman gives suggestions on how Medicare could be made better for recipients and health care professionals alike.