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The North Carolina Health Planning Commission was set up to include only legislators; however, a number of businessmen, including the CEOs from Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Precision Fabrics, served on the committees.
The expansion of Medicaid coverage and rural health services were among eighty recommendations of the North Carolina Health Planning Commission in 1994 to the General Assembly. Medical tort reform was the recommendation that received the most attention.
With half of its members who ran for reelection in 1993 defeated and funds in short supply, the North Carolina Health Planning Commission, after studying the issue fourteen months, decided not to recommend universal coverage.