A half-million more low-income Pennsylvanians are in line to get federally funded health insurance after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services approved the state’s plan,
Governor Corbett announced, yesterday, that nine insurers have signed on to provide health coverage for low income Pennsylvanians.
A month ago, Governor Corbett said negotiations with the Obama administration over his health insurance plan were at a “breaking point”. But last week, he said things had improved
Back in the 1960’s, 83% of American baby boys were circumcised. That number is now 77%. Researchers say it is, in part, due to limited finances in the Hispanic community.
Study finds privately insured patients are more than 25% more likely to get a primary care appointment than patients on Medicaid.
Governor Corbett is frustrated over negotiations with the federal government.
For children, those younger than 19, dental care is a pediatric service that must be covered as an essential benefit.
Tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians who might be eligible for Medicaid are supposed to be contacted by a state caseworker after their applications were held up by computer glitches.
Governor Corbett made a couple of moves that surprised political observers this past week.
Governor Corbett is proposing a new approach to job search requirements as he negotiates with the Obama administration over his alternative proposal to expansion of Medicaid.
Attorney Robert M. Slutsky, an expert in elder law and estate planning, is back on Talk Philly to provide his expertise on the how to finance Long Term Care.
Nursing homes in Pennsylvania are sounding the alarm that they are on a path toward fiscal ruin.
Governor Corbett proposes to use federal Medicaid money to subsidize private health insurance for adults who don’t currently have coverage.
Pennsylvania Welfare Department officials planned to take testimony, today, on the state’s plan to expand Medicaid under certain conditions.
As more Americans sign up online for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, there is a growing envy among Pennsylvanians who would qualify for expanded Medicaid, but won’t get it come January.