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Reuters(Repeats for wider distribution. No changes to headline or text) By David Morgan WASHINGTON, June 16 (Reuters) - In the final months leading up to the launch of the key piece of President Barack Obama's healthcare reforms, the administration is...
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HealthAs a Democrat in a Republican-controlled legislature being led by a Republican governor, state Rep. Bob Freeman can file any bill he wants. Getting them into law is a whole 'nother thing. But that didn't stop the reliably liberal Freeman, representing the...
ReutersJune 15 (Reuters) - Aetna Inc said on Saturday it has notified California's insurance regulator that it plans to stop selling health policies to individual consumers in the state at the end of 2013. The company will continue to offer health insurance...
A Hagerstown pharmacist pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in Baltimore to fraudulently selling powerful pain killers and billing Medicare and Medicaid for nearly $200,000 of the cost, the U.S. Department of Justice said. David Russo, 62, pleaded...
TUCSON — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer won a battle with state lawmakers this week, defying most other conservatives in her party to get a key component of President Obama’s Medicaid expansion through the Legislature. The Arizona Senate voted...
The writer of the June 9 letter, "Rejecting Medicaid funds was costly decision," is apparently unaware that all of the money trees in the federal government's orchard have died. The money contributed by the federal government to state Medicaid programs...
ReutersBy Caroline Humer NEW YORK, June 13 (Reuters) - When the state of Mississippi begins offering subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's reform law this year, residents will have only one choice - Magnolia Health Plan - a small insurer...
Smokers may be passed over for jobs in Seminole County schools. It's just in the earliest stages of discussion now. But the School Board is tossing around the idea of establishing a policy that says if you smoke, you don't get the job. What drove the...
A million Floridians will be left without health care coverage because of Florida’s decision to put its Medicaid patients on managed-care plans run by private insurance companies, South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz warned on...
Daily PressA Suffolk woman was sentenced by a federal judge to almost three years in prison on charges that she defrauded the Virginia Medicaid Program. Angie L. Gilchrist, 58, was sentenced to three years of supervised release after her prison term and must pay...
VF Majestic, which makes Major League Baseball uniforms at its Palmer Township factory, has reached a contract agreement with its roughly 500 workers, a union representative said Friday. The deal thwarts a potential strike that could have disrupted the...
TALLAHASSEE — The federal government gave final approval Friday to Florida's long-debated proposal to overhaul the Medicaid system by requiring beneficiaries statewide to enroll in HMOs and other types of managed-care plans. The decision was not...
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