3 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Corbett administration has thrown up its latest objections over the proposed expansion of Medicaid coverage that could mean health insurance for an estimated 643,000 additional low-income, working Pennsylvanians.
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Legislation surfaced last week that could clear the way for Medicaid expansion in Ohio, a major policy goal of Republican Gov.
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Health officials, health care workers and drug control professionals are talking about the problems surrounding Kentucky babies who are born addicted to drugs.
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Federal authorities approved a Nevada hospital's proposal on Friday for correcting deficiencies that led to newly discharged psychiatric patients being bused out of state without adequate plans for continued care.
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The members of Florida Legislature enjoy a good health care system paying about $8 per month single and $30 per month for a family policy.
35-year-old Massimo Greca, of Countryside Dr., Rocky Hill, was charged with conspiracy to unlawfully obtain a controlled substance, conspiracy to make a false prescription, and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance.
For the third time in 14 months, Austin's state institution for people with intellectual disabilities is in danger of losing millions of dollars in Medicaid money after a string of incidents left one resident dead and two severely injured.
A "phone-a-thon" is seeking to address one of the main issues public officials have faced when trying to provide health coverage to low-income Americans: awareness.
A Republican state lawmaker submitted a bill Wednesday to expand Medicaid to thousands more low-income Ohioans, with the hope that by adding changes such as copayments for some of the newly eligible that she could sway more of her GOP colleagues to back the idea.
Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake , speaks with Rep. Steve Toth, R-The Woodlands , and another state rep on the Texas House floor in late April.
The poor often rely on expensive emergency care, and the cost is passed on to all consumers.
The House and Senate Public Health committees met today to hear updates on the "private option" plan for expanding healthcare coverage.
The myth is that the U.S. should be doing a better job of preparing underprivileged high school students, so they can win scholarships to Yale, Harvard and other top schools.
A Republican member of the Arizona House who supports GOP Gov. Jan Brewer's push to expand Medicaid received an obscene and threatening voicemail at her office, a sign that the rancorous debate over embracing a signature component of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul in the state is far from over.
Arkansas Medicaid officials say the state will submit its request to use federal money to purchase private insurance for thousands of low-income residents by August.
Gov. Paul LePage handed down an instant veto Thursday, minutes after the Senate gave final passage to a bill that links repayment of Maine's hospital debt to an expansion of the state's Medicaid program.
The North Carolina Senate gave initial approval Wednesday to a state budget proposal after a fierce partisan debate in which Democrats accused the plan's Republican authors of choosing tax reductions over restoring cuts to education, health and rural development.