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Furious after discovering that their longtime doctors weren't part of their new Anthem Blue Cross plans under the federal health care law, many Bay Area residents didn't just get mad.
Baker, who supports the state law that includes contraceptive coverage, corrected his previous comments to say it's possible given the court decision that a small segment of employers could qualify for the narrow exemption to the contraceptives mandate.
Although most of us think our health care system is predominantly a private system, government is heavily involved.
Software ordered by Massachusetts to fix its hobbled health care exchange passed initial tests, renewing hopes that the state could finally have a fully operational website by year's end, officials said Thursday.
The Affordable Care Act is projected to decrease New Mexico's uninsured rate by nearly 5 percentage points, but the state will still have the fifth highest percentage of uninsured residents in the U.S., according to a study Wednesday by WalletHub.com.
A movement is underway to tell the grocer to drop Eden Foods, which seeks to quit covering all birth control and preventative services for its employees.
The Jindal administration and the Louisiana legislature has refused to expand Medicaid Expansion for a variety of reasons including the increase to the national debt and the cost to the State.
Mitch McConnell, like House Republicans has an Obamacare problem. He's still insisting that Obamacare has to be repealed by "pulling it out root and branch," but Kentucky's Kynect, established under Obamacare, just keeps on racking up the successes.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield wants to reduce its proposed rates on individual health plans in the District for next year, the D.C Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking said Wednesday.
If you have health insurance in New York get ready. Insurance companies are asking for double digit increases in the monthly premiums you have to pay.
The Supreme Court's decision last week in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby has pushed all the buttons that could be expected when sex and religion intersect.
According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, almost 60 percent of Americans feel the Health Care Reform legislation has had no impact on their lives.
On June 30, the Supreme Court ruled that family-owned, for-profit corporations may hold religious convictions and that those corporations may opt out of federal regulations requiring employer-sponsored health insurance to cover contraceptives.
Interesting Concept, Thomas, but as you say, it sounds a little more sci-fi than reality - at least for the near future.
Cheryl Smith , recruited from Utah to run Arkansas's health insurance marketplace, told legislators yesterday that they sky was the limit the state could take on seeking waivers for "innovative" ways to deliver coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Harrisburg has the highest number of uninsured residents in Dauphin County, but community organizations are teaming up to do something about it.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:19 am
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