What's New
Sep 11
Massachusetts How Mass. Plans To Re-Enroll 450,000 Residents In Health Insurance All of the estimated 450,000 Massachusetts residents who get health insurance through the Health Connector or MassHealth — some of whom have been in a confusing phase of temporary coverage — will soon begin the process of applying for coverage for 2015.
Sep 11
Maine Maine Insurers Take Different Approach to Paying Doctors, in Effort to Cut Costs Insurance companies are starting to pay primary care physicians in Maine a little differently, in an effort to improve care, and reduce expensive hospitalizations.
Sep 10
Rhode Island Student immunizations changing soon in Rhode Island Several immunizations that were recommended for many years will soon be required. Among the changing requirements, an annual flu shot for children attending preschool and daycare.
Sep 10
Maine Maine Voices: Maine hospitals suffering because of state’s refusal to expand Medicaid They’re losing money at a time when extra federal funds could support 4,400 jobs and lift the economy.
Sep 09
Connecticut Connecticut Awarded Two Grants Totaling $7.6 Million For Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment The state will receive $7.6 million from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to help people with mental health or substance abuse disorders, Gov. Dannel Malloy's office announced Tuesday.
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