The Senate bill would offer federal tax credits to help pay for insurance premiums for anyone earning between 0 and 350 percent of the poverty level
Regulations could lead to perverse situations in which insurers are required to cover chronically ill people but not the diseases they suffer from
The Senate bill released Thursday would reduce the income thresholds that determine eligibility
No one knows what the final Senate bill will look like -- not even those writing it.
To solve the crisis of high drug prices, the group discussed strengthening the monopoly rights of pharmaceuticals overseas, ending discounts for low-income hospitals and accelerating drug approvals by the Food and Drug Administration.
Legislature reaches compromise in Special Session
Fee-for-Service would be restored under new plan
Could be a teachable moment with $400 billion cost. Entire state budget now stands at $171 billion.
Plans offered by large employers have never been required to cover the essential health benefits, so the bill wouldn't change their obligations
Orlando symposium to educate healthcare providers on research, proper dosing and legal ramifications
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