HEALTH EQUITY THROUGH SYSTEMS CHANGE
Increase Access to Equitable Care
Making community-informed efforts so that affordable, culturally competent healthcare that meets the needs of the individual is available to everyone.
Disrupt White Supremacy Culture
Disrupt systems that perpetuate structural violence by intentionally leaving out, othering, and harming People of Color, to advance White individuals. We envision systems that advance everyone. Care Share prioritizes community voice and the lived experience of BIPOC individuals to lead the conversation about what changes are needed in the systems affecting them.
Develop Connections & Networks
Care Share creates opportunities for individuals, communities, and Community Based Organizations to connect in order to increase their reach and capacity through collaboration and partnerships.
Improve Capacity & Sustainability
Ensuring communities, Community Based Organizations, and individuals have the resources, knowledge and supports needed to make their communities healthier and more equitable for all.
NCDHHS Delays Implementation of the NC Medicaid Managed Care Behavioral Health and I/DD
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will delay the implementation of the NC Medicaid Managed Care Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Tailored Plans. The launch was scheduled for […]
Job Opportunity – Virtual Admin Assistant
Position: Virtual Administrative Assistant Reports to: Executive Director Type: Part Time Location: Virtual Compensation: $25/hr. The Virtual Administrative Assistant will work with the Care Share Health Alliance staff […]
Care Share Health Alliance Statement on the Murder of Tyre Nichols
At Care Share Health Alliance we approach this statement with intense sadness for the loss of life of Tyre Nichols and with the deepest sympathy for his family to have […]
Care Share Honors Jan. 16, 2023 as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
“Of all forms of discrimination and inequalities, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhuman.” This quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is often cited by those of us […]
NC’s BIPOC Leaders: Rev. Dr. Dawn Baldwin Gibson at Peletah Ministries
Rev. Dr. Dawn Baldwin Gibson still remembers when she was only four years old sitting at a nurse’s station in the hospital, while her mother was visiting with Gibson’s father, […]
Tailored Plans will be delayed until April 1, 2023
NC DHHS has announced that implementation of the NC Medicaid Managed Care Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) Tailored Plans will be delayed until April 1, 2023 instead of December 1, 2022. Tailored […]
Request For Proposal: Independent Auditor
Care Share Health Alliance is seeking a qualified auditing firm to provide accounting services. Specific questions to which we ask your response are listed in Exhibit I. Please note that […]
Guidance on Preparing for the End of the PHE
Since it began in January 2020, the COVID-19 federal Public Health Emergency (PHE) helped prevent NC Medicaid beneficiaries from losing their health coverage during the pandemic, even if someone’s eligibility […]