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Regardless of whether you're a fan of the Affordable Care Act, the sweeping healthcare reform law better known as Obamacare, or a critic of it, the fact remains that fewer people are uninsured today than were uninsured one year ago because of its existence.
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Beginning Jan. 1 of next year, ETMC Gilmer will no longer provide inpatient care, according to East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System officials.
An audit performed by the State of Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts listed 17 issues involving state agencies.
Democratic candidate for Lt. Governor of Texas, Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, D-San Antonio, speaks during a campaign swing in Austin on June 4. Democratic state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte vowed to overturn Republican opposition to expanding the state's Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act if elected lieutenant governor, saying the state ... (more)
After years of hearings and delays, the possible resolution this fall of a class-action lawsuit against Florida health and child-welfare officials could mean that physicians will at last receive what they consider to be adequate compensation for treating children of the poor.
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A federal court indictment alleges a northeast Ohio cardiologist performed unnecessary procedures as part of an alleged scheme to overbill Medicaid and private health insurance companies by $7.2 million.
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Enrollment for the general population started in May and ended in August. Consumers received a letter in the mail two months before enrollment and were given at least 30 days to choose an insurance plan.
Meanwhile, in Wisconsin, Gov. Scott Walker defended his Medicaid policy and decision not to pursue the health law's expansion.
State hospital officials say the Shumlin administration's decision to rescind a slight increase in the Medicaid reimbursement rate doesn't bode well for the governor's signature single payer health care initiative.
Magee-Womens Hospital in Oakland has teamed up with four Medicaid managed care insurers to open a pregnancy recovery center to provide treatment for opiate dependence and prenatal care and delivery.
More Americans than ever before are tapping government benefits. But this time the baby boomers may be responsible for the slight uptick.
Michigan Republicans are gearing up for a showdown at their state convention Saturday that could unite the GOP for the general election or embarrass Gov. Rick Snyder by exposing deep ideological divisions.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 08:29 am
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