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  • Assurant files notice of leaving Montana insurance market

    Assurant Health plans to notify its 7,283 Montana customers that it will stop selling and renewing policies as the Wisconsin-based company looks to get out of the national health insurance market. Assurant's coverage in Montana is mostly through...
  • What will Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling mean for Illinois?

    What will Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling mean for Illinois?
    At stake in a U.S. Supreme Court decision expected this month are federal subsidies that help more than 200,000 Illinoisans pay for health insurance. If the court eliminates the subsidies, upholding the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act,...
  • Health secretary to Congress: Problem is yours, states' if subsidies end

    Health secretary to Congress: Problem is yours, states' if subsidies end
    Congress and the states will need to find an answer if the Supreme Court strikes down the federal subsidies that are a foundation of President Barack Obama's health care law, his health secretary told lawmakers Wednesday. Sylvia Burwell also said the...
  • Northampton County prison guards win 11 percent pay hike through 2017

    Northampton County prison guards win 11 percent pay hike through 2017
    Nine of Northampton County's 11 labor unions have been working under expired contracts, but county council should change that Thursday when it is expected to approve at least one deal. Russ Attanasio, president of Local 2549 of the American Federation...
  • As Boomers Age, Health Insurers Look To Adjust

    As Boomers Age, Health Insurers Look To Adjust
    Baby boomers appear poised to leave their mark on yet another institution — the insurance industry — as they age into Medicare eligibility. The roughly 75 million boomers born between 1946 and 1964 are driving demand for Medicare Advantage,...
  • Commentary: Doctors must not be kept out of treatment decisions

    Millions of Californians who have health insurance still may not be able to access the crucial medications and treatments they need. In an effort to contain costs, some California health insurers have instituted policies to encourage the use of...
  • Healthcare chaos looms if Supreme Court rules against Obamacare subsidies

    Healthcare chaos looms if Supreme Court rules against Obamacare subsidies
    By the end of this month, the Supreme Court is expected to decide whether to throw out a crucial piece of the 2010 healthcare law: the insurance subsidies for lower-income Americans in the 34 states that have insurance-buying marketplaces operated by...
  • VA picks team to devise plan for revitalizing West L.A. campus

    VA picks team to devise plan for revitalizing West L.A. campus
    The federal Department of Veterans Affairs has chosen a team to devise a master plan, due Oct. 16, for revitalizing the agency's West Los Angeles campus to best serve veterans in need of housing, health care and other aid. “We will transform...
  • Health head: Congress' problem if court voids health law aid

    Congress and the states will need to find an answer if the Supreme Court strikes down the federal subsidies that are a foundation of President Barack Obama's health care law, his health secretary told lawmakers Wednesday. Sylvia Burwell also said the...
  • Florida must be ready if high court kills subsidies: Editorial

    Florida must be ready if high court kills subsidies: Editorial
    As the 2015 hurricane season began this month, Gov. Rick Scott declared that "every family, visitor, and business should take the time to make a plan in case of disaster." That's good advice. But a disaster of another kind could strike later this month,...
  • Ad campaign starting for expanded Healthy Indiana Plan

    A state agency is about to launch an advertising campaign to encourage enrollment in Indiana's expanded health care program for low-income residents. The $2 million campaign for the new Healthy Indiana Plan starts Monday with television, radio, online,...