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  • Steelworkers union at Gracedale charges unfair labor practices

    Steelworkers union at Gracedale charges unfair labor practices
    Union workers at Gracedale have filed an unfair labor practice against Northampton County over health care negotiations. Some 59 workers at the county nursing home, members of United Steelworkers Local 2599 in Bethlehem, say despite working under...
  • Boost health care technology to help Florida

    Boost health care technology to help Florida
    The technology to improve health care in Florida has always been available. Unfortunately, the policy governing telehealth programs that allow doctors and other health care specialists to use Web and videoconferencing to treat patients remotely, simply...
  • Gov. McAuliffe reports that more than 4,000 Virginians received one-on-one help with ACA enrollment

    Gov. McAuliffe reports that more than 4,000 Virginians received one-on-one help with ACA enrollment
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe reported Monday that more than 4,000 Virginians received individual help with ACA federal marketplace health insurance enrollment in the first two weeks of the open enrollment period. Thousands more have visited the CoverVa.org web...
  • Health exchange still a hassle

    Health exchange still a hassle
    I found The Sun's editorial, "Beyond the website" (Nov. 23), about how well the new-and-improved Maryland Health Connection had launched to be ironic and not in a good way. Perhaps you should have looked beyond the health insurance website itself to see...
  • Hospitals launch campaign for ACA

    Hospitals launch campaign for ACA
    Florida Hospital and Orlando Health officials have teamed up for an Affordable Care Act educational campaign in hopes of persuading their uninsured patients get coverage at the federal health insurance marketplace. The goal is to eventually shift the...
  • Ask Kim: signing up for Obamacare for 2015

    Open enrollment is now underway, and it is a great opportunity to fix problems with your current policy or take advantage of new options available in your area. Don't fly on autopilot. If you bought a policy from your state health insurance exchange in...
  • Clinical coordinator

    Clinical coordinator
    Abu Fofanah has worked at Roland Park Place for more than seven years and was promoted to clinical coordinator in July 2013. What does your job entail? I act as the clinical coordinator in the health care center at Roland Park Place, which provides...
  • Taxpayers subsidize generous Gracedale worker benefits

    Taxpayers subsidize generous Gracedale worker benefits
    Many thanks to Anthony Salamone of The Morning Call for putting a spotlight on what taxpayers deserve to know: the amount of free benefits that we are forced to fork over to government employees without our approval. The article regarding the...
  • Obamacare rate hikes in Cook County held in check by competition

     Obamacare rate hikes in Cook County held in check by competition
    As health insurers compete for a second year on the federal marketplace in Illinois, Cook County residents are seeing relatively low rate increases and an array of options for 2015, a Tribune analysis shows. But downstate, the picture is different:...
  • Sex Change Insurance Coverage Increasingly Common

    Sex Change Insurance Coverage Increasingly Common
    Aetna has announced that all 2015 health plans it offers to federal workers will provide coverage for sex-change operations, a decision that follows a shift in U.S. government policy allowing insurance to pay for gender reassignment surgery. In the...
  • Brown scales back employee health care hike

    Brown scales back employee health care hike
    After months of holding firm to his unpopular health insurance initiative, Northampton County Executive John Brown says he will introduce changes that will spare employees the full blow of the plan next year. Brown is recommending the county purchase...