Even in a high-coverage state like Massachusetts, some people fall through the cracks.
Consumer advocates are hoping for a better roll out than occurred last Fall.
The Medicaid director in charge of overseeing the roll-out of Obamacare was grilled today by Republicans about government website problems.
As the October 1 deadline approaches for many states to start their health insurance exchanges, Massachusetts health officials are touting the impact of Obamacare on their state.&
When other states open their health insurance exchanges next month as part of the Affordable Care Act, Massachusetts’ health policy commission will hold hearings on how to keep costs down.
Health reform advocates in Massachusetts say the Obama administration’s decision to delay a key part of the Affordable Care Act puts the state’s budget in a bind.
Many conservative candidates for the upcoming elections are promising to repeal the federal healthcare law – prompting some of its supporters to underscore its benefits. This week, one consumer advocacy group released a study on how much people will save when healthcare tax credits go into effect in 2014. WFCR’S Karen Brown has more.
Massachusetts doctors are praising the passage of national health care legislation, even though many call it a flawed bill. WFCR’s Karen Brown reports.
Friday is the last day of hearings in boston — sponsored by the governor and the attorney general’s offices — to address health care costs. WFCR’s Karen Brown reports.
When Massachusetts elects a new US Senator in January, that person could end up voting on the national health care reform bill being debated in congress. that proposal is similar to the law passed here in 2006. It’s been three years and the state is still grappling with some of the details. WFCR’s Karen Brown and WBUR-Boston’s Sacha Pfeiffer have teamed up…to investigate affordability — a key political lesson of health care reform in Massachusetts.