U.S. states share a $296.5 million bonus for coverage of children without health insurance

Twenty-three states will be receiving their part of a total $296.5 million bonus for their accomplishments in assisting low-income families to take part in public…

Analysts: Enrollment in states’ pre-existing conditions insurance plans incredibly low

The health care reform law of 2010 is well known for a number of provisions that have succumb to a seemingly endless tide of controversy.…

Georgia health insurance options may get a little broader

The recession of 2008 took a toll on the nation’s economy. Many businesses were forced to make cuts to the benefits they offered employees in…

The latest battle over Maine health insurance bill

As health care reform continues to be a hotly contested issue throughout the nation, Maine is embroiled in its own battle regarding the state’s health…

States may be on their own for health insurance exchange costs

Health care has been a hot issue for several years now. Since the days when the Affordable Care Act was being championed by the Obama…

West Virginia opts for the “hands off” approach in new health exchange program

The West Virginian Senate has determined that the state will not be running its own insurance exchange program, opting instead to leave the reins in…