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Thousands of Medicaid enrollees could lose coverage in Arkansas

Alex Azar: Short-term plans will "help the forgotten people hurt by Obamacare ... therapies to treat chronic pain. Oregon’s Medicaid program is weighing a drastic move in the fight against opioids – f... read more

The Health 202: Medicaid advocates now have two more studies to back them up

President Trump and his administration have targeted Obamacare ... or Medicaid buy-ins gain traction -- this is an important policy question to be asking. It’s one thing to expand insurance; there has ... read more

Under Obamacare, Medicaid now covers one-fifth of N.J. residents

RELATED:Who will treat the flood of new Obamacare Medicaid patients? Harr said that while she was unsure if the state could meet a goal of clearing the backlog by May 1, she anticipated that being ach... read more

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New report: Medicaid expansion increases costs for the rest of us

More bad news arrived last week for supporters of Obamacare ... lawmakers passed Medicaid expansion based largely on the claim that more people receiving health insurance under Medicaid would mean few... read more

How Obamacare will hurt doctors

A study just published in the prestigious journal Science reveals that new Medicaid ... treat a patient with angina. Plus, the paperwork is prohibitive and the referral networks are narrow. Everything ... read more

Obamacare’s Medicaid Fraud

Medicaid, the government program that ostensibly provides health coverage for the poor, imposes so much red tape and pays so parsimoniously that she simply cannot afford to treat these patients ... th... read more

How Retail Mental Health Could Be Medicine's Next Frontier

For years now, the U.S. health system has lacked enough primary care providers like family physicians and internists as more Americans with a pent up demand for treatment ... of what Medicare and priv... read more

Obamacare: Who's Still Uninsured In CT, And Why?

And while some of the uninsured, like Smith, know about the upcoming enrollment period and are planning to get coverage, clinics that treat ... about 450 patients -- 10 percent of the clientele -- qua... read more

The Health 202: Health-care competition in Charlottesville a dramatic example of Obamacare's resilience

“The current state of play for health care is a reminder of one way that the GOP’s war on ‘Obamacare ... teams in this Medicare Savings Program are using the bonus-only version, with more than 300,000 ... read more

Our View: Picking sides in the health care debate

The program focuses on caring for Medicaid patients earlier on, reducing the number of emergency room visits and hospital stays later. Talk to any health care professional who is concerned with hospit... read more

How Obamacare has helped poor cancer patients

Imagining how those without insurance could possibly manage, I ended up in medical school to learn how to treat ... Medicaid in some way. Our study evaluated the actual effects of the 2014 Medicaid ex... read more

Oral arguments set for Texas Obamacare lawsuit

But practically the entire health care industry — hospital, doctors, insurers, patient ... of Obamacare. Polling shows widespread support for pre-existing condition protections across party lines. LAW... read more

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