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  • Audit: Medicaid program squandered more than $500M

    The state Medicaid program squandered more than $500 million through unnecessary payments or missed savings opportunities in its managed care program, according to an audit released Tuesday. The review by State Auditor Suzanne Bump found MassHealth,...
  • Marketplace plan strictly a contingency, Wolf spokesman says

    Gov. Tom Wolf's administration will pull the plug on its effort to start running the insurance marketplace created by the 2010 health care law if the U.S. Supreme Court allows federal health insurance subsidies to keep flowing to hundreds of thousands...
  • Illinois government retirees get health insurance refunds

    The state of Illinois has started refunding health insurance premium money to state government retirees as ordered by the Illinois Supreme Court. The refunds resulted in the high court's decision to toss a 2012 state law requiring the retired state...
  • Massachusetts get 1-year waiver from health care provision

    Massachusetts has received a one-year waiver from a provision of President Barack Obama's health care law that Gov. Charlie Baker says will protect small businesses from insurance rate hikes. The waiver announced Tuesday allows Massachusetts to...
  • Pennsylvania health care marketplace plan strictly a contingency, Wolf spokesman says

    Pennsylvania health care marketplace plan strictly a contingency, Wolf spokesman says
    Gov. Tom Wolf's administration will pull the plug on its effort to start running the insurance marketplace created by the 2010 health care law if the U.S. Supreme Court allows federal health insurance subsidies to keep flowing to hundreds of thousands...
  • Casino union: Casino union members stage traffic sit-in

    Atlantic City's main casino workers' union took its battle with billionaire investor Carl Icahn to a new level Wednesday, calling him "a malignancy that needs to be cut out," and blocking traffic in front of the casino Icahn is acquiring and where...
  • Hartford HealthCare To Eliminate 335 Positions, Affecting 418 Workers

    Hartford HealthCare To Eliminate 335 Positions, Affecting 418 Workers
    The parent company of Hartford Hospital and four other Connecticut hospitals said Wednesday it will eliminate 335 full-time-equivalent positions, which means 418 people, some of the part-time workers, will lose their jobs, starting in the next two weeks....
  • Supreme Court and Affordable Care Act: What's at stake in King v. Burwell

    Supreme Court and Affordable Care Act: What's at stake in King v. Burwell
    Sometime this month, the Supreme Court is likely to issue its ruling in King v. Burwell – a case that will decide whether health insurance premium subsidies for moderate- and middle-income Americans will continue to be available in all states, or...
  • Transgender people face maze of difficulties with health insurance, doctors

    DALLAS After nearly 50 years living as a man, Leslie McMurray was reborn but then lost nearly everything: her home, her marriage of 33 years and her job as a radio program director in Dallas. McMurray also began her long and complicated battle with...
  • 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,...
  • Ruling could raise insurance costs for 57,000 Nebraskans

    Nearly 57,000 Nebraskans who bought subsidized health insurance could see their premiums soar and many would likely have to drop their coverage if the newest legal challenge to the federal health care law succeeds. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to...