About Us Your State Health Plan The mission of the State Health Plan is to improve the health and health care of North Carolina teachers, state employees, retirees, and their dependents. Who We Are State Health Plan members are the heart of our organization. Board of Trustees The State Health Plan's Board of Trustees consists of 10 members. The board is made up of experts in various fields. Board of Trustees Meeting Materials You can view and download information from current and past State Health Plan Board of Trustees meetings. Pharmacy and Therapeutics You can view and download information from current and recent Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee meetings. Policies and Procedures State Health Plan policies, procedures and notices help protect the rights of members and outline member responsibilities. Contracted Vendors View a complete list of State Health Plan contracted vendors. Outreach Events Plan to attend a State Health Plan event online or near you! Presentation Archive Unable to attend a recent State Health Plan webinar? Download or view past presentations! Member Newsletter Archive View past issues of our Member Focus or Member Alerts e-newsletters. News and Update Archive View recent and past news articles, announcements, and updates from the State Health Plan. New Groups Interested In Joining the State Health Plan Click here if you are a new group interested in joining the State Health Plan. Legal Statutes Chapter 135B, Article 3, Parts 1-5: Retirement System for Teachers and State Employees; Social Security; Health Insurance Program for Children. These statutes authorize the creation of the State Health Plan, detail its administrative structure and the benefits provided under the State Health Plan. They also express the reason for the State Health Plan's creation, explain what persons are eligible, the State Health Plan's limitations and exclusions, coinsurance requirements, recovery options for the State Health Plan and other details of the State Health Plan's benefit structure. Further, these statutes inform the State Health Plan's responsibilities regarding long term care and the health insurance program for children. Click here to access these statutes.