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  • California's Medi-Cal explosion

    California's Medi-Cal explosion
    California is coming face to face with the reality of one of its biggest Obamacare successes: the explosion in Medi-Cal enrollment. The numbers — 2.2 million enrollees since January — surprised healthcare experts and created unforeseen...
  • U.S. benefits enrollment season to bring more cost cutting: study

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - When benefits enrollment season arrives this fall, employees around the country can expect to see the impact of corporate cost-cutting on their finances. Benefits costs will rise only 5 percent for employers that take certain cost-...
  • Truth about Obamacare

    In the South Florida 100 feature, attorney Bernadette Norris-Weeks stated that 91 percent of Floridians in Obamacare have lower premiums, and implies that all debate regarding whether Obamacare is working should desist, case closed. The truth —...
  • Four Things to Know About the Hartford HealthCare-Anthem Dispute

    Connecticut's largest hospital network and largest insurer are in the midst of a contract dispute. It's a type of clash that's become familiar, but it's occurring in a new context, against the backdrop of significant changes in health care: the...
  • Family finances: tips for saving big on health care

    A high-deductible policy combined with a health savings account can help you stretch your health care dollars. If your health insurance policy has a deductible of at least $1,250 for individual coverage or $2,500 for families in 2014, you may be eligible...
  • Make sure your college student is fully insured

    Tuition may not be the only check you need to write if you're sending a child off to college this fall. Take stock of your health, homeowners and auto insurance to see which situations are covered and which aren't, and when you might need to buy more...
  • Courtney updates seniors on status of Medicare

    Congressman Joe Courtney (D-2) told seniors at the Griswold Senior Center that Medicare's solvency will allow it to continue improving the health of senior citizens through 2030. Courtney's Aug. 8 visit to the center focused on the newly-released report...
  • Vermont is 'single-payer' trailblazer

    BERLIN, Vt. Dr. Marvin Malek has been yearning and advocating for a publicly financed, single-payer health care system for at least two decades. Now, as Vermont stands on the threshold of being the first state to launch such a plan, he's confessing to...
  • Oracle sues Oregon over botched Obamacare exchange

    The legal battle over Oregon's dysfunctional health insurance exchange officially began this week when Oracle Corp. sued the state agency operating the exchange, alleging breach of contract and accusing Gov. John Kitzhaber of attempting to...
  • Florida GOP to blame for insurance rate hikes

    The state is not doing its job to protect consumers from health insurance rate hikes. After passing up billions of dollars from the federal government for the state to expand Medicaid, Gov. Rick Scott and the Republican-controlled Legislature callously...
  • Kaiser Notes Operational Success, Marketing, Outreach At Access Health CT

    The marketing efforts and operational decisions made by Access Health CT were featured recently in an analytical paper published by Kaiser Family Foundation, a health policy organization based in Washington D.C. Access Health CT is the health exchange,...