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  • Stop blocking bipartisan plan for health coverage

    Stop blocking bipartisan plan for health coverage
    Now that a plan to expand health insurance coverage to at least 800,000 Floridians has won unanimous, bipartisan approval in a state Senate committee, it's past time for the House's Republican majority to stop stonewalling the initiative. Only...
  • Correction: Medicaid Managed Care story

    In a story March 10 about Medicaid managed care in east-central Illinois, The Associated Press incorrectly paraphrased a comment from a state official concerning what Molina Healthcare of Illinois told the state about its contract with Carle, a health...
  • Q&A: Could states with federal exchanges easily launch their own?

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration says it does not have a contingency plan if the U.S. Supreme Court rules against federal tax subsidies in King v. Burwell. But lawmakers in at least nine states are proposing backstop measures that legal experts say...
  • U of Illinois trustees approve new medical school

    University of Illinois trustees signed off on a plan Thursday to create a new engineering-based medical school at the Urbana-Champaign campus that will rely on a mix of private and public funds. Administrators hope the school will establish the...
  • Arizona House committee approves abortion restrictions bill

    Republicans in a House committee Wednesday voted to bar women in Arizona from buying any health insurance policies that include abortion coverage through the federal marketplace. The proposal passed through the Federalism and States' Rights Committee...
  • Judge outlines plan for California to regain prison control

    A federal judge on Tuesday outlined a plan for California to end nearly a decade of federal control over its prison health care system. U.S. District Court Judge Thelton Henderson of San Francisco acted after a court-appointed overseer reported that...
  • Shopping for Obamacare in Pa. puts price pressure on insurers

    Shopping for Obamacare in Pa. puts price pressure on insurers
    The high rate of "shopping" in Pennsylvania during the second open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act has ratcheted up competition among insurance companies and will help to keep rate hikes in check, according to the U.S. Department of Health...
  • Telemedicine making sense for more doctors and patients

    SEATTLE On New Year's Eve, singer Kim Archer was scheduled to perform at a party. The problem was she had an asthma attack early in the day and didn't have any medicine. She searched the Internet for quick help and found Franciscan Urgent Virtual Care....
  • Vermont health chief: Exchange cost pushes $200 million

    As the state's health care reform chief was about to address lawmakers Tuesday on Vermont's trouble-plagued health insurance exchange, his computer presentation couldn't get started. "Once again, we're talking about Vermont Health Connect, so we're...
  • Wolf outlines plan to dump Corbett's Healthy PA

    Wolf outlines plan to dump Corbett's Healthy PA
    Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf plans to dismantle former Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's signature Medicaid expansion program by early fall. "Gov. Wolf's plan will provide hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians with access to health care coverage," said Ted...
  • Florida Senate pushes alternative to Medicaid expansion

    A push to offer health insurance to nearly 1 million low-income Floridians started anew on Tuesday as state senators took their first votes in favor of a measure that would draw down billions in federal aid. A Senate panel unanimously approved...