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  • Another bad checkup for the Affordable Care Act

    The implementation of the Affordable Care Act seems like an unending nightmare. Desperate for some good news, the White House is justly relieved and celebrating the fact that the government website is not plagued with last year's disasters. But other big...
  • Healthy PA's days may be numbered

    Healthy PA's days may be numbered
    Open enrollment begins Monday for the health care program that Gov. Tom Corbett created and Gov.-elect Tom Wolf promises to dismantle. What that will mean for those who enroll in the program, called Healthy PA, is not clear. The program could extend...
  • Justices try to sabotage Obamacare

    Haven't heard much about Obamacare lately? There's a good reason for that. Because most of the news about Obamacare is good news, and Republicans don't want to talk about good news. Neither do the media. But the fact is, ever since the Obamacare website,...
  • Study: Pediatricians Could Help Identify Mental Health Illnesses In Moms

    Pediatricians can be a vital asset to new mothers when it comes to identifying mental health problems and connecting them to treatment, according to a new report. As many as one in five new mothers experience mental health challenges that impact their...
  • Reader feedback Nov. 25: The Virginia Way, Medicaid and CNU sports

    The Virginia Way •Mary, Urbanna: I have been interested in the Daily Press series last week on ethics in Virginia politics and especially seeing how many politicians end up with plum jobs and even judgeships after serving time in the General...
  • Broward's Sharief to admit guilt, accept $3,000 fine in ethics case

    Broward's Sharief to admit guilt, accept $3,000 fine in ethics case
    Broward Commissioner and former mayor Barbara Sharief will admit she broke the law and will pay a fine for filing error-filled financial disclosure forms, under a proposed ethics case settlement. Sharief, a former Miramar commissioner, is immediate...
  • Medicaid To Cover Autism Therapies For Children, Teens

    Medicaid To Cover Autism Therapies For Children, Teens
    Plans are underway to provide thousands of individuals under age 21 who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with home-based interventions and other services through the state's Medicaid program beginning Jan. 1. "This is absolutely huge," said...
  • Expanded health coverage merits push from leaders: Editorial

    Expanded health coverage merits push from leaders: Editorial
    The Florida Legislature's new top officers, Senate President Andy Gardiner of Orlando and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli of Merritt Island, began laying out their policy agendas after they formally took charge of their chambers in Tallahassee this past...
  • Puckett's departure deconstructed: Senator resigning killed McAuliffe's secret Medicaid plan

    RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had run out of options to pull off his marquee campaign promise to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Even a risky plan to circumvent the legislature had fallen apart. That's when the...
  • Md. health exchange enrolls 16,700 in first week

    Md. health exchange enrolls 16,700 in first week
    The Maryland health exchange has enrolled more than 16,700 people in private insurance plans and Medicaid during what was mostly a trouble-free first week for users of the new website. It took more than two months to enroll that many people last year...
  • Maryland to expand Medicaid coverage for transgender patients

    Maryland to expand Medicaid coverage for transgender patients
    Health officials in Maryland are moving for the first time to provide transition-related health care coverage to low-income transgender residents who receive Medicaid in the state. "We are in the process of submitting state regulations and will seek...