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How profiteering by the same dialysis firms trying to kill Proposition 8 almost destroyed Obamacare

UnitedHealth, the nation’s biggest insurance carrier, dipped its toes into the Obamacare ... a year per patient. As a result, Congress in 1973 allowed renal patients to enroll in Medicare at any age. ... 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

Daily on Healthcare: Medicare open enrollment begins today: Patient costs to rise slightly in 2019

The agency looked at survey results as of Dec. 2017 from 31 states and the District of Columbia that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare ... oversees the sharing of patient records for people that are s... read more

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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

Viewpoints: In Red States, Where ‘Obamacare’ And ‘Medicaid’ Are Dirty Words, ‘Preexisting Conditions’ Becomes A Catchall

Unfortunately, a misguided policy from the Baltimore-based U.S. Centers for Medicare and ... s most vulnerable patients. (Beverley Francis-Gibson, 10/8) USA Today: Obamacare Premiums Have Doubled ... read more

The Health 202: The Trump administration may not be able to force drugmakers to advertise their prices

Drugmakers and federal health officials started to spar on Monday after the latter unveiled a a rule requiring companies to list in text at the end of their ads the price for a 30-day supply or typica... read more

Meet the new director of Medicaid

Story Continued Below PULSE gets a look at Alex Azar's calendars, and Wisconsin is slow-walking Medicaid ... of treatment if it is greater than $35 for 30 days, POLITICO's Sarah Karlin-Smith reports. ... read more

Did Ron DeSantis say cancer patients should be treated at emergency rooms?

(AP) Democrats are capitalizing on Ron DeSantis’ opposition to the Affordable Care Act in an ad that portrays him as having little concern for cancer patients ... wouldn't be here without that Medicai... 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: Maine's race for governor could end Medicaid standoff

Almost a year after Maine voters overwhelmingly decided to expand Medicaid to tens of thousands of people ... the impact may be relatively insignificant and it could even confuse patients, considering ... read more

Healthcare in US: The big election story not being talked about

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare, was a Democratic answer to ... insurance coverage to those unable to access programmes for the poor (Medicaid) and elde... read more

Alabama gubernatorial candidates offer differing diagnoses on Medicaid

So why is Medicaid important? One group says how Medicaid’s future plays out is important to the future of hospitals, particularly those in rural areas that depend on that flow of money for their low- ... read more

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