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More than 5,000 South Dakota residents signed up for private health insurance during the first four months of the nation's federally run online marketplace.
California's health exchange is more than halfway toward meeting its original projection of 1.3 million sign-ups for individual insurance policies by the March 31 enrollment deadline, according to federal data released Wednesday.
Federal officials say more than 60,000 Ohioans have picked health plans in the first four months of the new online marketplace created by President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law.
Child welfare watchdog groups say Massachusetts does not do a good job protecting children in foster care when compared to other states.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is urging college presidents across Connecticut to adopt tobacco-free policies at their campuses.
The rocky launch of the federal online insurance marketplace provided cover for those skeptical of Medicaid expansion, but the issues are separate, the regional director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday.
New Mexico's state-run health insurance exchange has sharply reduced its enrollment expectations for this year by about half.
As nurses age and more people gain access to health care, state officials and educators are concerned about a nursing shortage.
It's apparent from the minute a visitor walks in the door, from the crowded waiting room to the clinical staff dodging one another in the hallways, that the Olathe Community Clinic has outgrown its current space.