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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Cms
*Content Management System==Education=====Colleges===* CMS College of Science & Commerce Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India* C. M. S. College, in Kottayam, Kerala, India* Chicago Medical School, in North Chicago, Illinois* City Montessori School, in Lucknow, India - Source: Wikipedia
Congressional Democrats expressed relief and Republican leaders did a victory lap Monday after the Obama administration said it will not implement proposed changes to the Medicare program's prescription-drug benefits.
As the Obama administration raced to meet its self-imposed deadline for online health insurance markets, security experts working for the government worried that state computer systems could become a back door for hackers.
Medicare paid $11.7 million dollars for prescription drugs to prisoners because there was no oversight at the federal program to stop it, a new watchdog report has found.
A congresswoman from New Hampshire asked the U.S. government Tuesday to clarify how families can obtain coverage under the federal health insurance law when children are eligible for Medicaid but their parents are not.
Families shopping for health insurance through the new federal marketplace are running into trouble getting everyone covered when children are eligible for Medicaid but their parents are not.
Though most of LSU's charity hospitals and clinics have been turned over to private managers, federal officials still haven't decided whether they'll agree to the financing plans that are being used to pay the new hospital operators.
House Republicans on Thursday once again tried to shine a bright light on Obamacare’s problems and possible security flaws, as Obama administration officials admitted they were wrong about the HealthCare.gov website’s readiness but said the warning signs weren’t strong enough to convince them to delay the rollout.
An Obama administration official who supervised the balky rollout of the health care law is retiring, the nation's Medicare agency said Monday.
The Obama administration said Friday that HealthCare.gov, the main website tied to Obamacare, did "what it was supposed to do" in handling a rush of users this past week.
The Obama administration said Friday that customers on the Obamacare health insurance exchange will have eight more days to sign up for health coverage this December and still be covered by Jan. 1.
On the campaign trail, President Obama vowed that lobbyists would have no place in his administration, but his health care agency last month gave a half-million-dollar grant to a registered lobbying firm to help enroll people for Obamacare as Affordable Care Act "navigators."
EXCLUSIVE: Two months before enrollment began in the Obamacare exchanges, the administration's top health care official heaped praise on WebMD for launching an online resource to help Americans navigate the complex law.
The systemwide defects in Obamacare mounted Monday, from compounding enrollment problems to soaring insurance cancellations to breaches of privacy, as the Obama administration struggled to contain the political damage and repair its laughingstock health care website.
The head of the agency in charge of the new health care law apologized Tuesday to people who've tried to use the flawed federal Obamacare website, but she said she still has faith that the site will be working for most Americans by the end of November.
Medicare, already under fire from Congress for its financial woes, did not recover $543 million in overpayments during 2010, and can provide little information on which contractors they overpaid, according to a new report from the Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.