A local parent, devastated by the loss of his son to a drug overdose, is personally appealing to President Obama and others to change the nation’s medical privacy laws.
What does ObamaCare mean for you? The more you understand, the better you’ll fare.
From rising healthcare costs to high deductible insurance policies, many people are left with medical bills they can’t afford. Now, many are turning to their computers and a little kindness from strangers.
The price of employer-provided health insurance has gone up an average of 49% for a single worker in Philadelphia, according to a report released Wednesday by the Commonwealth Fund.
Larger group health insurance plans which didn’t meet the Obamacare threshold of spending 85 percent of premiums on patient care have to refund the difference.
Weight loss surgery is a life saver for millions and is often prescribed by doctors when diets don’t work. It’s routinely covered by insurance, so why did one New Jersey father get turned down?
Under the new health law, preventive care is supposed to be free–things like well visits, flu shots and cancer screenings. But free isn’t always free.
A survey finds that health care costs are expected to rise a bit less next year.
Millions of unemployed Americans pay for health insurance offered by their old companies thru Cobra, and the federal government has been helping pay those premiums as part of the federal stimulus act. But that assistance ends September 1st.
As a legislative battle intensifies over making public workers in New Jersey pay sharply more for pension and health benefits, some Democrats are vowing to fight a provision deep inside the bill that limits access to out-of-state medical care.
Senate president Steve Sweeney is ready to proceed with a package he hammered out with Governor Chris Christie which would require state workers to pay more for health insurance and increase contributions to their pension fund.
Close, but no deal yet between New Jersey’s Republican governor and Democratic legislative leaders on pension and benefit reforms involving state workers.
More than 2,000 medical grants have been given by the foundation since 2007.
The loss leaves about 41,000 working people in Pennsylvania looking for affordable health insurance.
A Pennsylvania health insurance plan for middle income families is about to run out of money. There’s growing worry for tens of thousands of people. 3 On Your Side Medical Reporter explains.