Sunday, March 9, 2014
An amended version of the bill strengthens dentists’ supervisory role.
The Affordable Care Act will affect different people in different ways, depending on their incomes, employment, and health care histories.
Learn what's changing, key terminology and how to apply for the new insurance plans.
Getting covered through President Barack Obama's health care law might feel like a combination of doing your taxes and making a big purchase that requires research.
Here's a step-by-step guide to the process with handy tips.
Understand the jargon.
The move wards off election-year cancellations.
The announcement will affect about 1.5 million people who have insurance plans that currently don't meet the minimum standards.
The Alexander Group won a $925,000 no-bid contract to look at a number of issues, with its first report recommending against Medicaid expansion.
The CDC is urging hospitals to adopt a prescribing program that includes greater monitoring and accountability.
Despite being sponsored by two Republicans, the Democrat-supported bill can only muster a 7-5 party-line vote in committee and may struggle to win a veto-proof majority.
Previously confidential documents offer insight into first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s role in the failed overhaul.
Children fathered by men over age 24 had a greater chance of psychiatric or academic difficulties.
The results could lead to less use of invasive screening methods like amniocentesis.
A study shows it saves money and may improve medical outcomes to remove organs at the nation’s first such center in St. Louis.
It's one of 14 states that is running its own health exchange.
The goal is to reduce costly emergency room visits to treat dental pain.
One Gardiner couple's experience is instructive on why it pays to ask, 'What does it cost?' and compare outpatient versus hospital services.
The sponsors want patients who sign up for Obamacare and the providers to be fully informed of exclusions like those not in Anthem’s network.
Researchers say high levels of a stress hormone coupled with symptoms of mild depression can signal risk for major depression.
People ages 55-64, many facing obstacles in finding jobs with coverage, make up 31% of new enrollees – and feel great relief.
A mostly nonpartisan issue in the Legislature has divided hygienists and dentists who argue about the root of the problem: poor access or poor funding.
The state was 44 percent ahead of its target as of Jan. 31, better than most states, and data starts to flesh out the categories of people getting insurance.
Officials work to avert what they see as a perfect storm of threats from deadly epidemics.
An analysis shows huge differences among the states, with most lagging and a dozen ahead by wide margins.