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Latest Medicaid Items
North Carolina Senate Republicans on Thursday defended their proposed public school funding cuts that would pay for teacher raises and detailed their own plan to change Medicaid, rejecting GOP Gov. Pat McCrory's reform blueprint.
Health care advocates and lobbyists threw their support Wednesday behind Gov. Mike Pence's plan to expand Medicaid using a state-run alternative.
Public health officials in Guam are anticipating a $22 million funding shortfall in the territory's Medicaid program this fiscal year.
In a story May 6 about the resignation of the chief financial officer of North Carolina's Medicaid program, The Associated Press erroneously reported the CFO's name. His name is Rick Brennan, not Keith Brennan.
The director of Arkansas' Medicaid program, who led the implementation of the private option health insurance program, announced Friday he is leaving his position next month.
Swan Lockett had high hopes that President Barack Obama's health overhaul would lead her family to an affordable insurance plan, but that hasn't happened.
Kansas is not going to expand its Medicaid program anytime soon in line with the federal health care overhaul, but advocates aren't giving up on the idea, despite a new law indefinitely blocking an expansion.
Eleven states ship some of their Medicaid administrative work to foreign countries, including nine that have no specific protections in law to make sure private health information isn't sent overseas, according to an inspector general's audit released Monday that raises potentially thorny questions about the policy.
Some of the biggest health insurance companies in the country are poised to benefit from the debate over expanding Medicaid in Virginia, regardless of its outcome.