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1 min ago | Greenfield
I want to talk to you about the challenges people face due to the failed rollout of Obamacare, and what we are doing to protect them here in Wisconsin.
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4 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
This Nov. 4, 2010 file photo shows Phil Schiliro, then-assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, listening as President Barack Obama makes a statement to reporters after meeting with his staff and Cabinet members in the Cabinet Room at the White House in Washington.
4 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
President Barack Obama is bringing a former top aide with deep ties to Congress back to the White House to help get his health care overhaul back on track after a bungled rollout.
5 hrs ago | Daily Journal
Federal health officials, after encouraging alternate sign-up methods amid the fumbled rollout of their online insurance website, began quietly urging counselors around the country this week to stop using paper applications to enroll people in health insurance because of concerns those applications would not be processed in time.
9 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News
A s millions of people shop online for new insurance plans under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, about 10 percent of applications to the main website are not being accurately transmitted, a government spokeswoman said on Friday.
Federal officials say 49 Russian diplomats or their spouses defrauded Medicaid of about $1.5 million in improperly awarded benefits over ten years in New York City.
"Uh-oh." That's the sound being uttered in doctors' offices and hospitals across the country as medical providers realize they're getting stuck with another bottomless Obamacare bill.
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.
Her memory issues were serious, Baron learned, and she needed more care than he could provide.
Another day, another document drop over at The Guardian . This time, we get to see their brag sheets about the progress they've made thwarting progress.
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.