3 hrs ago | The American Spectator
The IRS scandal provides Republicans and conservatives with the opportunity to repeal and replace Obamacare now.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat
About 17,000 Californians with serious medical problems will be moved from a state-run stopgap health insurance program to a federal plan starting in July, ensuring they will have no break in medical coverage until the national health care reforms kick in next year, state officials announced this week.
7 hrs ago | Banner-Tribune
The Louisiana House overwhelmingly refused Tuesday to provide government-subsidized health insurance to thousands of people with the Medicaid dollars available under the federal Affordable Care Act, in a vote that appears to shelve the issue for the legislative session.
8 hrs ago | Local TV Station KTVZ
The city of Bend says it projects $1.3 million in savings and no premium increases on its new employee health insurance plan for the upcoming plan year, which begins Aug.
9 hrs ago | SFGate
Restaurant settlements and clean bills of health continue to emerge surrounding City Attorney Dennis Herrera's crackdown of San Francisco businesses' use of health care surcharges.
13 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Health costs now surpass groceries in annual expenses for a family of four, a new report by Milliman Inc.
16 hrs ago | CBS Local
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and leaders of the GOP majority in the Legislature reached a budget agreement Tuesday for next fiscal year that doesn't include an expansion of government health insurance for low income-adults and puts Michigan's unexpected surplus toward funding roads and K-12 education.
Either way, the board on Monday softened its approach, proposing cuts that would temper an 8.2 percent increase in employee insurance costs, but still requiring employees to spend more out-of-pocket for healthcare than ever before.
Ministry Health Care which operates 15 hospitals in Wisconsin, and one in Minnesota, is announcing system-wide layoffs.
Twenty-seven percent of households eligible for the new premium assistance tax credits under the Affordable Care Act, or 8.5 million people, may not be able to enroll on exchanges because they don't have access to a bank account to pay their premiums, a new study shows.
The Obama administration's quickening push to implement health care reform is likely to create success stories and debacles that differ across states, a panel of experts said Monday.
The federal government's Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan will reduce its payments to skilled nursing facilities by 50% as of June 15, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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Two lawmakers are pushing legislation to strip broad secrecy provisions from the state agency overseeing health care reforms in California that could shield from the public how hundreds of millions of dollars are spent, officials said Monday.
If they were looking for definitive answers about what kinds of plans will become available on the new health insurance exchanges that are supposed to open on Oct.
State workers who smoke would have to pay $50 more per month for health insurance under a proposal by Gov.