Monthly Archives: March 2016

Diabetes Prevention Program Will Save Medicare Money, HHS Says

i There’s been considerable debate as to whether identifying people with prediabetes could have health benefits. iStockphoto hide caption toggle… Continue reading »

Signups Exceed Expectations For Montana’s Medicaid Expansion

i HELP Program Newly Enrolled Report. MONTANA DPHHS/Corin Cates-Carney, MTPR hide caption toggle caption MONTANA DPHHS/Corin Cates-Carney, MTPR HELP Program… Continue reading »

HHS Says Diabetes Prevention Program Will Save Medicare Money

i There’s been considerable debate as to whether identifying people with prediabetes could have health benefits. iStockphoto hide caption toggle… Continue reading »

Supreme Court Takes Up Birth Control Access Yet Again

i Nuns and others opposed to the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday. Drew… Continue reading »

Split Views On Health Overhaul In Ohio

i Ohio residents feel split about Obamacare Ken Orvidas for NPR hide caption toggle caption Ken Orvidas for NPR Ohio… Continue reading »

Hospitals Adapt ERs To Meet Patient Demand For Routine Care

i When it’s time for medical care, where do you go? The doctor’s office? An urgent care clinic? Or the… Continue reading »

Trump Health Plan Recycles GOP Staples And Adds A Populist Wrinkle

i Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has unveiled a health care plan that starts with repealing Obamacare. Maddie McGarvey for… Continue reading »

Puerto Rico’s Growing Financial Crisis Threatens Health Care, Too

i Blue skies in San Juan, Puerto Rico belie the U.S. territory’s struggle with massive debt. The islands have a… Continue reading »

In Texas, Uneven Expansion Of Obamacare Sows Frustration

i People in Texas are significantly more likely than adults nationwide to report that it has gotten harder to see… Continue reading »