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Health Advocates: 1 Million Pennsylvanians Could Lose Health Insurance Under Proposed GOP PlanSome of the plan's most striking changes are not in the insurance exchange but in Medicaid.
Patients, Community Leaders Celebrate Improvements To NJ's Medicaid Transportation SystemThe system has been plagued with problems.
Wolf Officials: Pa. Medicaid Expansion Transition CompleteGovernor Tom Wolf began the transition from Healthy PA to Medicaid in phases starting in late April.
CDC: NJ Medicaid Reimbursement Rates Leaving New Patients Out In The ColdPart of the problem, according to Claudine Leone, with the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians, is that New Jersey is simply not putting enough Medicaid money into primary care.
Lawsuit Filed Over Governor Corbett's Overhaul Of MedicaidHealthcare advocates filed a federal class action in Philadelphia on Monday asking a judge to stop part of Governor Tom Corbett's new Healthy Pennsylvania Medicaid plan.
Health Reform Advocates Say Tom Wolf's Election Benefits Uninsured Poor Tom Wolf's election signals the likely end of the state's controversial alternative to Medicaid expansion.
US Approves Pennsylvania Medicaid Plan 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,
Gov. Corbett Secures 9 Insurers For Medicaid AlternativeGovernor Corbett announced, yesterday, that nine insurers have signed on to provide health coverage for low income Pennsylvanians.
Federal Approval Pending, Corbett Administration Moves Ahead With Medicaid PlanA 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
Circumcision May Be A Financial DecisionBack 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.
Medicaid Patients Less Likely To Get Primary Care AppointmentStudy finds privately insured patients are more than 25% more likely to get a primary care appointment than patients on Medicaid.
Corbett: Medicaid Talks At 'Breaking Point'Governor Corbett is frustrated over negotiations with the federal government.

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