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Markos argued last week that the harder the Republicans fight Obamacare, the easier it's going to be to make a single-payer system happen.
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Lawmakers in Washington need better long-term information to make the right decisions on behalf of constituents, say two Wisconsin congressmen.
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Gov. Gary Herbert's proposed alternative to Medicaid expansion is getting attention from neighboring states that initially rejected the coverage available under President Barack Obama's health care law.
Gov. Pat Quinn delivers his annual budget address to a joint session of the General Assembly on March 26, 2014 in the House chambers at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield.
DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - FILE Pennsylvania Department of Welfare Secretary Bev Mackereth met with the York Daily Record/Sunday News editorial board to discuss Gov. Tom Corbett's Healthy PA proposal.
It has been a triumphant month for liberal journalists who have lived and died with the fortunes of the Affordable Care Act since its passage in March 2010.
Perhaps no issue deserves our respect and attention more than the one on whether to expand Medicaid in the commonwealth.
Sen. Ben Nevers introduced Senate Bill 96 to provide for a constitutional amendment to allow voters to require the state to accept the federal Medicaid expansion.
The Medicare and Medicaid program at Baptist Beaumont Hospital is at risk of being terminated after an incident that occurred at the hospital's Behavioral Health Center.
With governor races in 36 states this fall, new faces in several governors' chairs could influence states' stances on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act implementation and Medicaid expansion.Key races to watch include Pennsylvania and Maine, where a party switch for the office could boost... For the best experience of ModernHealthcare.com ... (more)
Diabetes afflicts more than 22 million Americans, or 7% of the total population, and the number of people diagnosed every year is skyrocketing.
It turns out all that work came at a cost. It cost the counties $14 million and the state $7 million to deal with NC FAST, the new public benefits software.
Putting forth an edict can make it so in RI. The hard part is paying for it. When Governor Chafee, through an executive order, provided for the Health Insurance Exchange, he saw green.
Access Health CT reported that 78,713 people signed up with private insurance carriers as of April 13. The rest enrolled in government-funded Medicaid.
Eight million people have signed up for health care through new insurance exchanges and the proportion of younger applicants has increased, President Barack Obama said Thursday.
The Democratic-controlled Legislature is poised to debate a new plan introduced by House Speaker Mark Eves, of North Berwick, under which the state would use the federal Medicaid funds to purchase private health insurance for low-income residents.