CMS Approves North Carolina’s Waiver Request For Pilot Program On Traumatic Brain Injuries.

May 12, 2018

The Winston-Salem (NC) Journal (5/12, Craver, 215K) reported the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services received approval from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to launch a pilot program under Medicare to address traumatic brain injuries. The program will provide rehabilitation services for nearly 50 adults in four counties who incurred a traumatic brain injury on or after turning 22 years old. North Carolina health Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen said, “This waiver is an important milestone in North Carolina’s commitment to improving the life and well-being of individuals who experience a traumatic brain injury.”



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