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Michael Harrell said he has noticed the cost of his prescription drugs. "It's not getting any better.
Cullen's office said Tuesday that Cullen had valve replacement surgery on Dec. 5 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
The government put out a call for businesses that could address concerns at HealthCare.gov , the federal health insurance exchange.
Until now, the applications were not forwarded as promised to the states, which put the enrollment process in limbo for those who are eligible to get health care coverage through Medicaid.
Federal officials are working to send states the applications of Medicaid-eligible people who sought health insurance through the troubled new federally run marketplace.
The National Council on Disability is asking the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to hold off on expanding KanCare to take over long-term services for the developmentally disabled, which is set to take place Jan. 1, The Wichita Eagle reports.
Outgoing Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell proposed a $96 billion biennial budget on Monday that forecasts continued revenue growth and lays out a plan to bring the state's rainy-day fund to $1 billion by fiscal 2016.
With all the media coverage of supposed cost overruns and genuine IT troubles for North Carolina's Medicaid program , many often forget how limited Medicaid coverage actually is.
Del. Lynwood Lewis, D- Accomac , has two big goals he wants to push if he's elected to succeed Lt.
Cover Oregon's acting director, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, said many more people will be enrolled before the end of the month.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker thinks he can boost his national chances in 2016 if he doesn't look like a total teabagger to too many voters, but if he can at the same time stick his finger in the eye of President Obama on Obamacare.
Countless editorials argue that Latinos could "make or break" Obamacare, and the little demographic data available thus far appear to show the overhaul is a relative success among Americans in the ethnic group.
Sofia Prins and Gary Balhorn, both 62, decided to marry so they wouldn't have to get health insurance individually through Medicaid, which could bill their estates after death.
For many who've inserted themselves into the court fight over Ohio's expansion of Medicaid, the issue is more than just a legal question.