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2 hrs ago | News Herald
A package of 11 bills that address heroin and prescription drug addiction in Ohio would divert $180 million in Medicaid expansion dollars toward recovery housing for people fighting addiction, among other efforts to curb abuse.
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2 hrs ago | Cutis
When the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act in 2012, it also ruled that states could choose whether to substantially expand their Medicaid programs.
6 hrs ago | KAAL-TV Austin
Officials from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service announced Tuesday that Iowa's request was granted with "virtually all the initiatives the state has proposed."
9 hrs ago | ThinkProgress
On Tuesday, as he made " his re-election bid official " by opening his campaign account and turning-in paperwork to seek a second term in office, Gov. Rick Scott hinted that he no longer supported expanding the state's Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act to cover low-income Floridians.
13 hrs ago | WSOCTV
A new North Carolina Medicaid billing system continues to falls short on addressing defects months after coming online in the summer and on completing government-mandated changes on time, according to a state performance audit released Monday.
18 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
"Medicaid expansion is a smart choice for states," White House Spokesman Josh Earnest said during a telephone news conference along with Durham Democrats, Mayor Bill Bell and state Sen. Floyd McKissick.
The politically motivated decision by Republican governors to refuse the Medicaid expansion money offered under the Affordable Care Act is now being felt every day by people seeking health insurance, and the people trying to help them.
President Barack Obama continues to inform the public about the many benefits of the Affordable Care Act .
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam is putting his goals for a special Tennessee deal for Medicaid expansion into writing.
So here's the latest bull shit from Governor Rick Scott's crony group against Charlie Crist : Let's Get to Work, a PAC affiliated with Gov. Rick Scott, is going on the attack, hitting former Gov. Charlie Crist for his support of President Barack Obama's federal health-care law.
Arizona has responded to financial incentives in the Affordable Care Act by expanding Medicaid eligibility.
Medicaid expansion was designed to be one of the pillars of the Affordable Care Act.
The Medicaid Eligibility Advocate is an hourly position responsible for enrolling and renewing patients into Medicaid, FAMIS, and FAMIS Plus.
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Daugaard last week told state lawmakers that he is not recommending the Medicaid expansion, available to states as an option under the federal health care overhaul, as part of next year's state budget.
The federal health care exchange is incorrectly determining that some people are eligible for Medicaid when they clearly are not, leaving them with little chance to get the subsidized insurance they are entitled to as the Dec. 23 deadline for enrollment approaches.