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New care organizations save $17 million, Wellmark saysNew care organizations save $17 million, Wellmark saysAccountable Care Organizations are rewarded for keeping patients well instead of just treating them after they're sick.
The healthiest city in every stateThe healthiest city in every stateThe long debate over the Affordable Care Act has, if nothing else, put the spotlight on the poor state of the country's health and health care system. The United States ranks behind most developed nations.
The healthiest city in every stateThe healthiest city in every stateEach city was ranked based on overall health outcomes, including length and quality of life.
Nevada Health Co-Op closing at end of yearNevada Health Co-Op closing at end of yearThe Nevada Health Co-Op that was created as part of the Affordable Care Act will soon shut down.
Your guide to shopping for health insuranceYour guide to shopping for health insuranceMake shopping for health insurance a less overwhelming task.
Obamacare rates to rise for some FloridiansObamacare rates to rise for some FloridiansPremiums for most policies sold on the federal exchange are increasing, but regulators used new authority to negotiate lower rates
Living Well: Gov. Scott audits SWFL hospitalsLiving Well: Gov. Scott audits SWFL hospitalsGov. Rick Scott's administration is making good on threats to audit hospitals that have deals with insurers that may be over-charging the state for treating Medicaid patients, including some in Southwest Florida.
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Tricare Help: Understanding Affordable Care ActTricare Help: Understanding Affordable Care ActTricare beneficiaries don’t have to enroll worry about the Affordable Care Act.
Scott Walker: Get DC out of our health careScott Walker: Get DC out of our health careRepeal Obamacare, reduce costs, return power to the states and the people
Obamacare views swayed by costs: #tellusatodayObamacare views swayed by costs: #tellusatodayReaders discuss their experiences with the Affordable Care Act.
ObamaCare isn't the answerObamaCare isn't the answerAnd neither is the expansion of Medicaid in Utah
Facing rising dental costs, seniors head to MexicoFacing rising dental costs, seniors head to MexicoMark Bolzern traveled 3,700 miles to go to the dentist.
Obamacare reduces maximum out-of-pocket costsObamacare reduces maximum out-of-pocket costsObamacare went a long way toward preventing the insurmountable medical bills that led to a large percentage of U.S. bankruptcies.
BRMC ends contract with Humana AdvantageBRMC ends contract with Humana AdvantageBaxter Regional drops Humana Medicare Advantage, will affect 1,500 people
Republicans need to get over stubborn opposition to helping poorRepublicans need to get over stubborn opposition to helping poorRepublican need to get over stubborn opposition to helping poor.
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Obamacare reduces maximum out-of-pocket costs, but not enough for someObamacare reduces maximum out-of-pocket costs, but not enough for someA very sick adult or child can be enough to hit the maximum allowable out-of-pocket costs.
Legislature closes in on broad outlines of Medicaid dealLegislature closes in on broad outlines of Medicaid dealMedicaid expansion may be on the horizon
Aetna to buy rival Humana for $37 billionAetna to buy rival Humana for $37 billionIn a deal that continues to consolidate the U.S. healthcare industry, Aetna announced a $37 billion agreement to acquire Humana.
Aetna to Buy Rival Insurer Humana for $37BAetna to Buy Rival Insurer Humana for $37BAetna agreed to buy Humana for about $37B in cash and stock. The transaction values Humana at about $230 a share. Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic reports on "Countdown."
Does Congress write our laws or not? ColumnDoes Congress write our laws or not? ColumnThe House and the Senate need to stand up if they're going to keep that power.
President Obama visits NashvillePresident Obama visits NashvillePresident Obama waves goodbye to everyone as he leaves Taylor Stratton Elementary School on Wednesday July 1, 2015, in Nashville.
Obamacare ruling, Charleston shooting: Second lookObamacare ruling, Charleston shooting: Second lookNew views on top talkers
Mixed response to Supreme Court ruling: #tellusatodayMixed response to Supreme Court ruling: #tellusatodayThe high court voted to uphold Obamacare subsidies.
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The Supreme Court upholds Obamacare againThe Supreme Court upholds Obamacare againOpponents of Obamacare are dealt another blow.
Roberts rewrites Obamacare, again: Opposing viewRoberts rewrites Obamacare, again: Opposing viewSupreme Court ruling abandons principles to save the Affordable Care Act.
Obamacare to continue after Supreme Court rulingObamacare to continue after Supreme Court rulingThe Supreme Court ruled to uphold nationwide Affordable Care Act tax subsidies today. USA Today's Brad Heath and Paul Singer discuss what this means.
Outside of Supreme Court, celebration ensues after Obamacare decisionOutside of Supreme Court, celebration ensues after Obamacare decisionSupporters rejoiced with chants of "ACA is here to stay" after the decision was revealed.