A state report says a mistake with Maryland’s defective health care exchange could cost the state $30.5 million.
The Virginia House and Senate are split on whether to accept federal Medicaid funds to provide health insurance to as much as 400,000 low-income residents.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe has plenty of allies in his efforts to expand Medicaid eligibility in Virginia, including the state’s hospitals, insurance companies, several business organizations, liberal advocacy groups, and even some Republican state senators.
Budget experts for Congress say fewer uninsured people than expected will get covered this year through President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Families shopping for health insurance through the new federal marketplace are running into trouble getting everyone covered when children are eligible for Medicaid but their parents are not.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants lawmakers to give him the authority to expand Medicaid eligibility on his own if a state commission doesn’t act by the end of the 2014 legislative session.
Maryland health officials are blaming a programming error for causing some Medicaid enrollment packages to be sent to the wrong address.
In a matter of days, state workers processing Medicaid applications for Illinois residents who signed up under President Barack Obama’s health care law will face a monstrous backlog as thousands of applications stuck in the once-crippled federal enrollment system are transferred.
Two days after taking the oath of office, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has emphasized the need to expand Medicaid eligibility in a speech to the state’s General Assembly.
D.C.’s attorney general says he has given the city’s U.S. Attorney all mayoral documents relating to a settlement between Washington and its former Medicaid contractor.