State Health Plan

The tale of North Carolina's $45 million 'seat-warmer'

SEPTEMBER 06, 2014 4:00 PM

The tale of North Carolina's $45 million 'seat-warmer'
By Ned Barnett - nbarnett@newsobserver.com

For a man who spent 14 years in public service as mayor of Charlotte, Pat McCrory brought an oddly skeptical attitude toward public employees when he became governor.

In his first State of the State speech in 2013, he said, “We want to reward our talented state employees, but seat-warmers must be a thing of the past.”

State continues to fight hearing for Clemmons man to learn why he was fired

State continues to fight hearing for Clemmons man to learn why he was fired

By Richard Craver Winston-Salem Journal

http://www.journalnow.com/news/state_region/state-continues-to-fight-hearing-for-clemmons-man-to-lea...

Dale Folwell

In the fall of 2009 I contacted Dale Folwell, my House Representative, expressing my concern about payments made by the State Health Plan (‘SHP’) to a hospital that exceeded what the SHP’s contract had intended.

Ultimately, State Auditor Beth Wood determined that this hospital had been paid approximately $1.34M more than the SHP contract intended.

On Novembery 16, 2009 Mr. Folwell responsed to my initial contact: It's hard for me to absorb all these emails @ once. Let me breathe a little, dale

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