Bridging Gap Between Medical, Mental Health Care March 3, 2016 Recognizing the strong link between psychiatric and physical illnesses, providers across the country are integrating primary care into mental health clinics with the help of federal funding.
Last Minute Reprieve For Some On CA Exchange February 1, 2016 Covered California, the state’s insurance exchange, announced Friday that it was extending its enrollment deadline until Feb. 6 for people who had officially begun the process of signing up by Sunday. Exchange officials said they extended the Sunday deadline to accommodate a surge in enrollment in the previous week involving “tens of thousands” of consumers. […]
Where the Candidates Stand on Health Care Issues January 29, 2016 Here's a look at where presidential hopefuls from both parties stand on various health care issues, including the health care reform law (the Affordable Care Act, also called "Obamacare"), Medicare and Medicaid, the price of prescription drugs, and abortion.
‘Single-Payer’ Debated: What Does That Mean? January 22, 2016 The phrase often used for government-run health care means different things to different people. Here are five points to help explain the Democrats’ policy clash.