One administrator describes merging Medicaid enrollment with health insurance exchanges as "an IT undertaking of Manhattan Project proportions."
With only eight months left before the online marketplaces are expected to open to the public, Utah hasn’t made up its mind about whether to host a state-run exchange.
The current inability to share data between Medicare and Medicaid hinders attempts to catch fraudsters.
Fraudulent orthodontic practices found operating in Texas for years.
A so-called interstate health care compact would invoke a little-known clause in the U.S. Constitution, and could trump other strategies to defeat the national health care plan.
With numerous states seeking to undo the mandate and federal courts split over its legality, some health law supporters are starting to think seriously about alternatives.
A patchwork of concrete, iron, steel, and even terra cotta and wood makes up the nation’s 54,000 separate water utilities. With some sections more than 200 years old, the hidden network is decaying, cracking and springing leaks.
One state that is ramping up production quickly is Nevada. In the month of November, Nevada weatherized only seven homes. In April, that number was up to 748; in total, Nevada has weatherized some 2,869 homes.
Traffic congestion has driven lawmakers to shift the state's telecommuting initiative into overdrive, challenging government managers to allow at least 25 percent of eligible employees to work from home