A new report finds there are 47.3 million people in this country who don’t have health insurance – 660,000 in Alabama – and that’s a national tragedy. But they are a part of an even bi... Read more
I have emphasized health care in this issue because of its extreme importance in Alabama, as it is in every state. Special attention has also been given to Alabama’s Medicaid Program. The ne... Read more
It’s an unfortunate fact that many hardworking Alabamians in low-wage, economically essential jobs have no health coverage. As a result, those folks struggle with health problems that reduce... Read more
WellCare Health Plans Inc. will pay $137.5 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit. This will resolve investigations by the U.S. Justice Department and the states of Florida and Connecticu... Read more
The ranks of low-income adult Alabamians and Mississippians without health insurance will fall by more than half in the coming decade under an expansion of the Medicaid program tied into the... Read more
It was reported last month by USA Today that bogus health plans advertising comprehensive coverage at bargain prices are on the rise. These scams result in desperate consumers paying for pol... Read more
Even though the health care reform bill has been signed into law by President Obama, the heated debate continues. This debate will continue – hopefully in a more civil manner – during the co... Read more
President Barack Obama, on February 4th, signed a bill extending health coverage to 4 million uninsured children. This, according to the President, is a first step toward fulfilling a campai... Read more
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