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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Avalere Health
The hunt for a health plan that would cover a particular drug or a favorite doctor proved particularly frustrating for many consumers navigating the new insurance exchanges under the federal government's health care overhaul, according to a report released Monday.
A new study estimates that fewer than 2 million people have newly enrolled in Medicaid as a result of President Barack Obama's health care law.
A new study says basic prescription drug coverage could vary dramatically from state to state under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Seniors with high drug costs will soon have more options to help them cope with Medicare's prescription coverage gap.
Millions of seniors face double-digit hikes in their Medicare prescription premiums next year unless they actively search out cheaper coverage, a new analysis of government data finds.
More than 3 million seniors may have to switch their Medicare prescription plan next year, even if they are happy with it, as a result of an attempt by the government to simplify their lives.