People in Louisiana with HIV or AIDS are facing roadblocks in getting health insurance through the online marketplace created under the federal health law. Most companies offering insurance plans for Louisiana residents through the marketplace say they won't accept payment...
80,000 Louisianians' health insurance policies will be canceled under Affordable Care Act
ROCKFORD — Uninsured residents in Illinois can access a new pool of health insurance plans come Oct. 1 thanks to federal health care reform, and state officials are hustling to finalize details with less than six months to go before enrollments start.
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Louisiana insurance commissioner will allow 'noncompliant' health care plans
Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon has agreed to implement a federal health care act adjustment that could mean 93,000 Louisianians who were facing canceled health insurance policies might be able to keep their existing plans for another year.Blue Cross Blue...
Medicaid expansion kicks off, but Louisiana residents being left out: Editorial
As of Jan. hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans who lacked health insurance are newly eligible for Medicaid. Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia agreed to take part in the expansion of the federal health care program for.
With billions of dollars at stake, hospitals are lobbying hard for Medicaid expansion in Columbus, Tallahassee and other state capitals where state legislators oppose the extension of the program to some 17 million Americans.
Without CHIP funding, 1.7 million kids could lose healthcare in weeks - January 20, 2018. By March, 20 states and Washington D.C. will likely have run out of money for their federally-funded CHIP programs. That could leave 1.7 million kids without health insurance starting in March.