It's been three years since the Florida legislature last debated -- and overwhelmingly rejected --Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Health and Human Services' inspector general's office said a third of the health plans it examined had referred fewer than 10 cases each of suspected fraud or abuse to state Medicaid officials in 2015 for further investigation
Existing rules limit association plans to groups of employers in the same industry in the same region
Nationwide, a dozen states are experimenting with Medicaid ACOs and 10 more are making plans for them
Nursing home residents often return from the hospital more confused or with a new infection
Yet in a meeting with reporters, Verma refused to discuss the findings in any detail or comment on any individual states that performed poorly or exceptionally
The results of Tuesday's primary have set up general-election contests between candidates with sharply differing views on government's role in health care
The trustees projected lower wages for several years, which will mean lower payroll taxes, which help fund the program
The federal lawsuit hinges on the ACA's individual mandate, or the requirement to get health coverage or pay a penalty
The technique -- called "silver loading" because it pushed price increases onto the silver-level plans in the ACA marketplaces -- was used by many states for 2018 policies.
7 key items to know about the new controlled-substance law HB-21
Unfortunately, many MA plans lack the resources to effectively address these changes.
Citizens' Council for Health Freedom: True Direct Primary Care practices will suffer If the DPC title is bestowed upon fake DPC clinics
Pfizer knew that the third-party foundation was using Pfizer's money to cover the copays of patients taking Pfizer drugs
Other states, including Louisiana and Utah, have debated similar legislation and are watching Vermont's progress closely
The administration's blueprint proposes 50 actions to reduce what Americans pay for drugs
The plan is alarming doctors, hospitals and patient advocates
Critics of time limits, who say such a change would unfairly burden people who struggle financially throughout their lives, cheered the decision
GDPR was created to ensure companies in the EU and worldwide are better protecting any data collected on EU citizens. GDPR also requires that EU citizens be clearly notified and requires their explicit consent before any personal data is collected and stored
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