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The Health 202: Here's how the shutdown could jeopardize Obamacare benefits

But that doesn’t mean Obamacare will escape unscathed ... get help paying for higher-cost patients, allowing them to lower premiums for everyone across the board. But, as we explained here, the Center... 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 — quali... read more

Medicare, Medicaid Patients Can Receive Palliative Care While Still in Treatment as Test Program

Test program authorized by Obamacare to measure if seniors with deadly illness will choose hospice and curative care March 20, 2014 - Medicare and Medicaid patients will be allowed to continue receivi... read more

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Medicaid, opioids and abortion: Health care issues to expect this Texas legislative session

Texas is leading the charge in a federal lawsuit seeking to end the Affordable Care Act, known as “Obamacare,” arguing ... making more medication-assisted treatment options available for doctors and p... read more

ObamaCare created a Medicaid time bomb

The good news, if you want to call it that, is that roughly 1.6 million Americans have enrolled in ObamaCare ... Medicaid (or the related CHIP), compared with 11% for private insurance — a ratio of 6 ... read more

Daily on Healthcare: Pelosi wants to revive Obamacare provision Supreme Court struck down…Is Trump ready to sign off on plan to expand Obamacare?

Supreme Court hears case about patient ... Medicaid after Mayhew was appointed. They included allowing states to add work requirements to Medicaid in Kentucky, Maine, and Michigan, and allowing more M... 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

Doctor Shortage Could Rise Under Medicaid Expansion

Under Obamacare ... a primary care doctor in East Los Angeles who has a huge Medicaid practice, said that at most he could accept about a tenth of the additional 10,000 Medicaid patients he expects to ... read more

Yes, Virginia, Medicaid Expansion Will Harm the Poor

Last week, Virginia’s general assembly voted to expand Medicaid under the auspices of Obamacare. The commonwealth ... continue to be paid less by Medicaid than the cost of treatment whether the patien... read more

Why America Needs Medicare For All Now

Thanks to the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders, an independent senator from Vermont, Medicare for All has ... leads to inadequate staff to treat the patients. Sometimes the wait is waived ... read more

The Health 202: The one area of agreement between abortion rights foes and supporters might be crumbling

co-chair of the House Pro-Choice Caucus: Senate Republicans pulled in the opposite direction yesterday, trying to advance a bill to make the Hyde language written into permanent law and ban federal su... read more

How Medicaid and Obamacare Hurt the Poor - and How to Fix Them

Despite the program's huge and growing overall cost, reimbursements to medical providers are so low that many practices refuse to accept Medicaid patients, causing long waiting periods for treatment . ... read more

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