Health care reforms receive more federal money for IT

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Many state insurance exchanges to benefit from more grant funds to expand their capabilities. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have just released the latest information regarding funding for the health care reform, which shows that several states will be receiving over $765 million in total grant money. These funds are intended to boost the state health insurance exchanges on the IT level. The states that will be receiving the grants will include Connecticut, California, New York, Hawaii, Vermont, Maryland, and Iowa. This money will provide the states…

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Health insurance exchanges planned for 49 states

U.S. Health Care Reform Update

Among them, 34 states have already started building their own. According to an announcement from U.S. government officials, there are now health insurance exchanges underway for planning in 49 states across the country. A number of them have just received grants in order to support them in their efforts. Thirty four of the states are already developing the development of their own health insurance marketplaces. These are the ones that have been receiving the grants from the federal government. Most recently, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human…

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