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  • Health insurance enrollment event coming to Albany Civic Center

    ALBANY — Southwest Georgia residents will have the opportunity to learn more about their health care insurance options and receive assistance with plan enrollment during the free assistance workshops taking place at the Albany Civic Center, 100 W....
  • Feds forced changes in Pence's HIP 2.0 plan

    In a rare moment of agreement, the state government and health care advocates have both praised the federal approval of a waiver to extend state Medicaid through the Healthy Indiana Plan, now called HIP 2.0. But after reviewing the plan, those who worked...
  • Study Finds HIV Drugs Priced Out of Reach

    c.2015 New York Times News Service Drugs to treat HIV and AIDS are being priced out of reach for many patients enrolled in insurance plans through the new health care exchanges, despite warnings that such practices are illegal under the Obama...
  • Report: Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Declines, Becomes More Expensive

    Report: Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Declines, Becomes More Expensive
    The number of businesses offering health insurance to Connecticut workers declined over the decade ending in 2013, the latest figures from a public heath foundation show. Research from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation of Princeton, N.J., showed that...
  • Schumer calls for extending insurance for children of severely disabled veterans to age 26

    U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer called for Congress to expand access to medical insurance for children of severely disabled military veterans, proposing they be allowed to stay on their parents' plan until their 26th birthday. "It is only fair that the...
  • Affordable Care Act a 'step in the right direction'

    When Tracy and Leslie Mintz gave up full-time jobs to run their ministry in Shelby, they didn't have health care insurance. Medical bills were expensive, but buying insurance on their own was also costly. They met Shuntel McRaven with JP Financial Group...
  • Covered California renewal rate tops 90%

    Covered California renewal rate tops 90%
    California officials say more than 90% of Obamacare customers renewed their policy for 2015, but the state still faces an uphill climb to reach its goal of 1.7 million enrolled before next month's sign-up deadline. The state's insurance exchange...
  • The Goal Was Simplicity; Instead, There’s a Many-Headed Medicaid

    c.2015 New York Times News Service The Affordable Care Act was supposed to simplify Medicaid's myriad programs across the country to provide a more uniform medical safety net for poor Americans in every state. It hasn't worked out that way. In fact,...
  • Health reform highlights shortage of mental health workers

    Health reform highlights shortage of mental health workers
    National health reform was supposed to open the doors to mental health services for hundreds of thousands of people who couldn't previously afford to get treatment, but Maryland patients are finding there aren't enough doctors. A study released Monday by...
  • Many African-Americans fall into a health 'coverage gap'

    WASHINGTON Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the percentage of people of color who do not have health insurance is projected to fall dramatically by 2016, greatly narrowing the historic disparities in coverage between whites and nonwhites. But one...
  • Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds

    Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds
    The Affordable Care Act is not so affordable for many Marylanders, according to a new survey. The landmark law that was supposed to make insurance available to hundreds of thousands of people without coverage is costing Marylanders so much more in...