Top health insurance companies told members of Congress Wednesday that more than 80 percent of people who’ve signed up under the president’s new health care law have gone on to pay their premiums.
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While the Affordable Care Act handed out grants for projects to bring more supermarkets into poor communities, a local non-profit understood that nourishing the underserved takes more than bricks and mortar.
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After federal officials disclosed that Robert Garcia-Esquerro was wanted on a federal warrant for healthcare fraud charges in Miami, there were questions about whether he was missing or did not want to be found.
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The price of cancer drugs has doubled in the past decade, with some costing as much as $30,000 a month.
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The health law now requires Medicare to cover a screening for cognitive impairment during an annual wellness visit. But an influential group says there's not enough evidence to recommend it. What now?
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Two Broward County residents are in custody after allegedly billing the Florida Medicaid program for services not rendered.
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As the first demographic figures are released about the Americans who enrolled in the healthcare marketplace, insurance companies try to fathom the cost of insuring them.
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The success of the federal exchange website, healthcare.gov, in enrolling millions of people after a notoriously rocky rollout is limiting demand for state-run marketplaces.
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