On June 22, 2018, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) released updated plans to contract with five to seven full-risk, capitated tailored Medicaid health plans that will provide integrated physical, behavioral health, and pharmacy services along with some home- and community-based waiver services (HCBS) to individuals with behavioral health disorders (BH) or intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). For the first four years of the program, only the LME-MCOs will be able to hold the BH I/DD Tailored plan contracts. The LME-MCOs are regional entities currently at-risk for managing behavioral health . . .