Previous Task Forces & Projects

The recommendations of Previous Task Forces and Projects have led to improved health for North Carolinians and positive changes to health care delivery in North Carolina.

 

Task Force on Covering the Uninsured

The NCIOM Task Force on Covering the Uninsured focused its work on expanding health insurance coverage to the two groups most likely to lack coverage—small…

Task Force on Child Abuse Prevention

Child maltreatment is a devastating social problem that affects the lives of millions of children in the United States each year. In North Carolina, a…

Task Force on North Carolina Healthcare Safety Net

In 2003, there were more than 1.4 million uninsured North Carolinians. The lack of insurance coverage affects the uninsured person and his or her family,…

Task Force on the Nursing Workforce

The NCIOM Task Force on the Nursing Workforce examined the need for nurses, their requisite skills and qualifications, the capacity of the state’s educational institutions…

Task Force on the NC Health Choice Program

In 2003, given the fiscal constraints of the state budget, the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services asked the NCIOM…

Latino Health Task Force

The NCIOM Latino Health Task Force reviewed the major health and health care problems facing the NC Latino community, and identified public and private sector…

Task Force on Long-Term Care

The proportion of older adults in North Carolina's population is increasing at a faster rate than in most other states. The number of older adults…

Task Force for Developing a Comprehensive Child Health Plan

Former Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the Honorable H. David Bruton, MD, asked the NCIOM to convene a…

Task Force on Dental Care Access

The dental health issues in North Carolina are multifaceted and complex, requiring multiple strategies and actions by both the public and private sectors. In response…