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The state says its Medicaid portal is tested and ready to go Monday, when thousands of newly-eligible Ohioans will be able to sign up for the health-insurance program.
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Two start-up insurers in the New York health exchange, one promising unlimited telemedicine, say customer queries have been rising rapidly and they expect enrollment spikes by the new Dec. 23 deadline for coverage next year.
Using a remote expert to oversee intensive-care units decreases mortality and decreases the amount of time people spend in hospitals, according to a study released Thursday.
People shopping for insurance on the federal marketplace may be informed they're eligible for Medicaid and that their information is being sent to state officials to sign them up.
Dr. Charles Mendenhall is upset, to put it mildly. He has been treating cancer patients in south Georgia for 30 years.
So did you get enough to eat this past week? Did you find it hard to choose between seconds on the... Nicole Robbins, a Medicaid recipient, visits a medical office with her daughter Amaya Jefferson in May 2011.
The 20 states choosing not to expand Medicaid will lose billions of dollars in federal funds, according to a new study released Thursday.
South Carolina's Medicaid director says his agency is on track to spend about $250 million less this fiscal year than allotted in the state budget.
The number of visitors to the HealthCare.gov website Wednesday hit 310,000 by noon, an 80% increase from the same day last week, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
As those in Wisconsin working to get people enrolled for health insurance through the federal online marketplace reported progress in recent days, the state Assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would give those losing their Medicaid coverage three more months to sign up for private plans.
Beth Waters, left, a teller at the National City Bank branch in North Royalton, Ohio helps a customer, Friday, March 24, 2006.
More than 175,000 Washington residents have signed up for health insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder, the state's online insurance marketplace, according to the latest enrollment figures released Tuesday by the Washington Health Benefit Exchange.
Seniors in Colorado saved $91 million on prescription drug costs since the Affordable Care Act was enacted, according to data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Government subsidies to help Americans buy insurance under the health care overhaul may be vulnerable to fraud, a Treasury Department watchdog warned today in the latest indication that troubles are far from over for President Barack Obama's signature legislation.