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Obamacare by the Numbers: What a Difference a Year Makes

Saturday, 20 December 2014 22:52
Maggie Fox Maggie Fox is senior health writer for NBCNews.com and TODAY.com, writing top news on health policy, medical treatments and disease. She's a former managing editor for healthcare and technology at National Journal and global health and science editor for Reuters based in Washington, D.C. and London. She's reported for news agencies, radio, newspapers, magazines and television from across Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe covering news ranging from war to politics and,…
Survey: Michigan employers prefer pre-Obamacare health care system
Saturday, 20 December 2014 01:31
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Wedding: Grace Ingram & Justin Newman
Friday, 19 December 2014 20:55
Grace Christian Ingram and Justin Robert Newman were united in marriage on Saturday, October 18th, in New Orleans, Louisiana at a 6:00 p.m. The Christian wedding ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Joe Pitzer. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Covington Ingram Jr. of Lafayette, Louisiana. She is the granddaughter of Glenda Thomas Kanagy and the late Willard G.
John Browne: Care act isn’t affordable for Americans, economy
Friday, 19 December 2014 14:17
President Obama's health care law promised affordable medical coverage to all Americans at no extra cost. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reported that for 2013, health costs accounted for some $9,255 per person, or $37,020 for a family of four. Clearly, this impacted the ability of many Americans to pay their bills and to feed their families.
Medicaid Fight: Why So Many Black Folks Are Stlll Uninsured
Thursday, 18 December 2014 12:00 Written by
That’s a big problem, since nearly 55 percent of African Americans are living in (and eagerly moving to) five key states that still won’t expand Medicaid: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina and Texas. That’s not even including other non-Medicaid-expansion states, like Alabama and Virginia, for example, where blacks constitute anywhere from 20 to nearly 30 percent of the population.
Oklahoma fugitive kills himself during police chase in Louisiana
Thursday, 18 December 2014 10:03
An Oklahoma man wanted on kidnapping and robbery charges shot and killed himself during a police chase in Louisiana Thursday night, according to KTBS in Shreveport. Related Spiked Red Bull leads to M&Ms on...Proposed drill site creating well of...Oklahoma City police program giving.
As December 20 Deadline Nears for Enrollment Under the Affordable Care Act, a Health Insurance Expert from MetroPlus ...
Thursday, 18 December 2014 09:48
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- December 20 is the deadline for enrollment at the NY State of Health online marketplace for residents who want their health coverage to begin January 1, 2015. With the current enrollment window closing soon, Seth Diamond, Chief Operating Officer at MetroPlus Health Plan, answered questions that many New Yorkers still have about the Affordable Care Act and online enrollment.
Obamacare Medicaid Expansion: 2 Health Insurers to Benefit - Analyst Blog
Thursday, 18 December 2014 08:21
In total, 43.5 million Americans received Medicaid coverage from private health plans, or 66% of all Medicaid beneficiaries, up from 59% last year. The total number of Americans receiving Medicaid coverage from private health plans is thus 43.5 million, or 66% of all Medicaid beneficiaries, 59% higher than last year.
Red states lose out on ObamaCare grants
Thursday, 18 December 2014 03:00 Written by
© Joe Raedle/Getty Images Norma Licciardello sits with an agent from Sunshine Life and Health Advisors as they wait for the Affordable Care Act website to come back on line as she tries to purchases a health insurance plan at a store setup in the Mall of Americas in Miami, Florida.
Schedler, insurance program reach deal over records
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 21:13
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has agreed to archive all the state employee health insurance program's records with the Secretary of State's office. The agreement comes after the administration refused for several months to follow the state's archiving requirements. Secretary of State Tom Schedler oversees the archiving of state records. The Office of Group Benefits hadn't been sending all of its records to Schedler's office.
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