By Associated Press | 02/01/14 01:24 PM
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Friday he will once again ask federal officials to let South Dakota expand its Medicaid program in a way that would provide medical services only to those most in need.
By Associated Press | 02/01/14 01:19 PM
Bankrupt Detroit and its retirees reached an agreement in a health insurance dispute that may end a lawsuit against the city.
By Associated Press | 01/30/14 10:50 AM
In a statement Thursday, the California lawmaker said he would not seek another term. In reflecting on his 40 years in the House, Waxman said he was filled with gratitude for the memories.
01/28/14 09:50 AM
CHICAGO — An owner of a major Illinois hospice-care provider encouraged subordinates to extend end-of-life care to patients who weren't actually terminally ill and to fraudulently switch to categories of care that would generate far higher Medicare and Medicaid payments, according to federal...
By Kelly Cohen | 01/24/14 03:43 PM
Approximately 4.2 million Medicare summary notices -- or paper forms that summarize processed claims -- were reported as "undeliverable" to beneficiaries in 2012, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services inspector general.
By Associated Press | 01/23/14 08:01 PM
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Advocates for Medicaid expansion have resubmitted their proposal for a ballot initiative in the November election after the state's attorney general raised legal concerns about the previous version. It is the third time since November that organizers have filed the...
By Philip Klein | 01/23/14 05:20 PM
If the goals of limited-government conservatives could be distilled into three simple demands for Republicans, they would be as follows: – When possible, eliminate existing government programs. – When impossible to eliminate government programs, make them more efficient, with more...
By Washington Examiner | 03/05/14
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