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The Hartford CourantAetna this week became the third insurer to submit proposed rates for new health plans offered later this year on Connecticut's public health exchange. Aetna filed the suggested rates with regulators at the Connecticut Insurance Department on Thursday....
Florida's senior citizens and millions of baby boomers preparing for a long retirement can breathe just a little easier, but not much. Medicare is not going broke quite as quickly as once feared, government trustees reported on Friday, while Social...
Los Angeles TimesTo hear Republicans -- and some Democrats -- in Congress talk, you'd think food-stamp dollars just disappear into a black hole. The prevailing debate in the Senate and House versions of the farm bill, which contains funding for food stamps (the...
ReutersLEW SAYS OBAMA ADMINISTRATION WANTS TO CUT HEALTHCARE COSTS, REDUCE EXCESSIVE SUBSIDIES TO DRUG COMPANIES, ASK WEALTHY SENIORS TO CONTRIBUTE MORE TO STRENGTHEN MEDICARE
HartfordOn the sunshine-filled morning of Saturday, May 18, more than 150 volunteers from eleven churches and organizations who are a part of the Urban Alliance network set out to distribute thousands of packets of information about free and low-cost health...
Those of us fortunate enough to make it to 80 will have a 50% chance of suffering from Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia before we die. And there is currently no known way to reduce the odds or slow the mental deterioration. These grim facts...
Columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s contention that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will eliminate jobs and increase costs stands upon faulty factual ground ("Lost jobs, higher costs: Obamacare hits home," May 26). While the Congressional...
As the nation implements health care reform, emergency care has never been more important. We treat everyone, from babies to seniors, and we see the full spectrum of medical problems that exist. We are available at all times for all people. A new report...
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. – Benton Harbor's emergency financial manager says the city is headed in a solid direction to regain local control. During a special meeting Tuesday night, Tony Saunders laid out the city's new $5.9 million budget which for...
Arsine Sargsyan is 23 years old, healthy and uninsured. She chooses to forgo coverage for one simple reason: "I never get sick." Despite her reluctance, Sargsyan is exactly the type of person insurance plans, states and the federal government are...
WASHINGTON — In another indication of the impact of slowing healthcare costs, the federal government Friday upgraded its assessment of the financial health of the Medicare insurance program for the elderly and disabled. Medicare’s main trust...
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