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Coreg, one of many drugs prescribed for heart conditions, is made by GlaxoSmithKline, which has a program to help low-income people receive its medicines free or nearly free, for those who qualify for help.
It's not just tax day. Tuesday also is the two-week extension deadline to sign up for health coverage through California's insurance exchange.
Two years ago, Donna Risso and her friend Michael were living under a bridge in New Orleans.
Sean Shaw, candidate for the State House of Representatives District 61, celebrated the opening of his new campaign headquarters by hosting a community Bar-B-Q Saturday.
Americans used more health services and spent more on prescription drugs in 2013, reversing a recent trend, though greater use of cheaper generic drugs helped control spending, according to a report issued on Tuesday by a leading healthcare information company.
T exas is reconsidering whether to impose strict limits on Gilead Sciences' $84,000 hepatitis C treatment for patients on the state's Medicaid health plan for the poor, at the urging of outside advisers, a state official said on Friday.
The Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital could lose its federal Medicare accreditation after a patient's family filed a complaint with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services over a food and beverage issue.
New York State said it finalized an agreement with the U.S. government on Monday allowing it to reinvest $8 billion of federal money in its health insurance system for low income people while avoiding potentially painful cuts or additional budget strain.
Virginia Republicans are flirting with going where the U.S. House Republicans have already disastrously gone: shutting down government over Obamacare, in this case Medicaid expansion.
The Affordable Care Act's health insurance subsidies will cost a little less than previously thought, according to a new report released Monday.
Texas doctors who treat Medicare patients earned a combined $4.6 billion from the federal insurer of the elderly in 2012, with the state's ophthalmologists and oncologists raking in the most.
Morgantown Care and Rehabilitation Center recently held its annual Volunteer recognition awards dinner at the Gasper River Association Building in Morgantown.
A University of Colorado analysis found that more than 25 percent of Colorado's foster children in 2012 were prescribed psychotropic drugs and that about half of the children who were taking antipsychotics drugs were for "off-label" reasons not approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration.
Medicare reimbursed several Alabama doctors more than $4 million in 2012, according to data released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services last week.
Some of the biggest health insurance companies in the country are poised to benefit from the debate over expanding Medicaid in Virginia, regardless of its outcome.
It could mean health insurance for hundreds of thousands of the working poor. It could mean a pipeline of new money for hospitals, doctors and other health care professionals who routinely care for people without insurance.