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Health Insurance (INACTIVE)

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  • West Palm Beach doctor received huge Medicare payouts

    West Palm Beach doctor received huge Medicare payouts
    Ending decades of secrecy, Medicare is showing what the giant healthcare program for seniors pays individual doctors, and the figures reveal that more than a dozen physicians received in excess of $10 million each in 2012. The Obama administration is...
  • Hopkins hospital workers authorize strike

    Hopkins hospital workers authorize strike
    Two thousand Johns Hopkins Hospital workers are set to go on strike at 6 a.m. Wednesday , after the hospital offered a wage proposal Tuesday that the union rejected as inadequate. The union decided Tuesday on a three-day strike after rejecting what it...
  • Fort Hood shooting focuses attention on military mental health

    AUSTIN, Texas As the second-highest-ranking officer in the U.S. Army, retired Gen. Peter Chiarelli was briefed on all soldiers who killed themselves during the military's burgeoning suicide crisis between 2008 and 2012. With numbing regularity, mental...
  • Under certain conditions, you can sign up for health insurance outside open enrollment

    Q: I'm planning to retire later this year, after I turn 62, and I won't have retiree health insurance. Can I sign up for coverage on my state's exchange, even though it will be after the open-enrollment deadline? Also, my income will be much lower after I...
  • Find a way forward

    In the ongoing debate over a state budget, Gov. Terry McAuliffe and members of the General Assembly are faced with a critical question: Is Medicaid the hill they want to die on? Each side seems increasingly eager to dig in and force a reckoning rather...
  • Obama Administration Rolls Back Proposed Medicare Advantage Cut

    The Obama administration on Monday rolled back some of the more controversial cuts proposed for privately managed Medicare health plans used by the elderly following pressure from insurance companies and lawmakers. The Centers for Medicare and...
  • Obamacare isn't dying so what now for Republicans?

    Imagine that someone had told you a year ago what Obamacare would look like in April 2014. Let's say he predicted that the number of people with health insurance would rise, but by much less than the Congressional Budget Office was projecting. Much of...
  • 'Private option' for Medicaid expansion would cut some benefits

    WASHINGTON When Arkansas won federal approval to use Medicaid expansion dollars to help low-income people purchase private health insurance, officials on both sides of the aisle applauded the compromise. For supporters of the Affordable Care Act, it...
  • Shifting Medicare Advantage Landscape Unsettles Patients

    Robert Buccieri of Norwalk needs a life-saving kidney transplant. He has end-stage renal disease, meaning his kidneys no longer function at the level needed for day-to-day life. To qualify for a transplant and make sure he was healthy enough for the...
  • Obamacare sees rush for coverage as deadline approaches

    Sally Spairana last had health insurance eight years ago. The Bethlehem woman had a scare with possible breast cancer years ago, and without coverage, she has been living on hope alone. While the federal health-care law was tailor-made for someone like...
  • More than 6 million people have signed up for Obamacare

    WASHINGTON — With the Monday deadline still a few days away, the White House announced Thursday that more than 6 million people have signed up for health insurance through online marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act. That number, though...