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Top Medicare Articles

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  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    2 rescued from wreckage in Nepal's capital 5 days after quake, bringing some moments of joy The 15-year-old boy had been buried alive under the rubble of this quake-stricken capital for five days, listening to bulldozers clearing mountains of debris,...
  • 'Little purple pill' costs Medicare the most; new numbers released

    'Little purple pill' costs Medicare the most; new numbers released
    In its ongoing effort towards increasing transparency on health care costs, Medicare has released its spending on prescription drugs for 2013. (The numbers may give you heartburn!) Read more at http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20150430/NEWS/...
  • Anthem joins insurer crowd in beating Street 1Q expectations

    Anthem's first-quarter earnings jumped 23 percent thanks in part to a spike in Medicaid enrollment, and it became the latest health insurer to raise its forecast for the year after breezing past Wall Street's expectations. The nation's second largest...
  • East Windsor Parks and Recreation summer jobs

    EAST WINDSOR - The East Windsor Parks and Recreation Department is looking for applicants interested in working in the Snack Bar/Gatehouse, as a Camp Counselor, as a Lifeguard, as well as Water Safety Instructor. Applicants must be 16 years of age and...
  • Community News for Windsor edition

    Local Resident honored at Red Sox Game WINDSOR - Peter Sanders of Windsor recently had the experience of a lifetime when he was honored on the field at Fenway Park prior to the Boston Red Sox game against the Washington Nationals on April 15. Peter was...
  • Paul Sassone: Politicians should follow doctor's advice

    First, do no harm. That ethical principle, taught to all health care students, ought to be demanded of all political candidates. They can do great harm, too. Take, for instance, the recent statements by two presidential candidates, Chris Christie...
  • GOP unveils budget plans in face of Obama opposition

    Republicans controlling Congress Wednesday unveiled a budget plan for the upcoming year and beyond, setting up a confrontation with President Barack Obama over his signature health care law and his vow to boost spending on domestic programs like...
  • Anthem Reports Strong Quarter On Medicaid Growth

    Anthem Reports Strong Quarter On Medicaid Growth
    Anthem Inc. reported first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations as its Medicaid business grew. Anthem of Indianapolis is the parent company of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut, based in Wallingford, the largest insurer in the...
  • Insurers navigate health overhaul to rising profits

    Several of the nation's biggest health insurers have hiked earnings expectations for 2015 after blowing past first-quarter forecasts and heading into a much more stable future than they faced this time last year. A better understanding of the health care...
  • A little homework can help you navigate the Medicare maze

    You're eligible for Medicare when you turn 65, but these days, the decision to sign up is not a slam-dunk. For example, after you enroll in Medicare, you can no longer contribute to a health savings account. If, however, you work for a company with fewer...
  • Here's a surprise: Congress is actually legislating

    WASHINGTON Congress, which for years has put the "fun" in dysfunctional, actually appears to be functioning lately. Thursday's vote to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general, and a day earlier to approve an anti-human trafficking bill, capped a...