‘Measure compassion and success by the number of people we help’
Expansion states have seen the downsides as plain as day.
Lawmakers forewent the popularity contest and protected their constituents’ long-term interests.
‘We want to get it right’
‘Fled the country and is somewhere in Africa’
‘There’s no shortage of work ahead’
Maybe she’ll have good legal defense
States need healthcare reform to result in a sustainable, flexible and equitable Medicaid.
New York investigators recovered $229 million alone
‘I don’t like the refundable tax credit’
‘We have a once in a century opportunity to fix this thing’
Florida ‘did not always stop making … payments after a beneficiary’s death’
Ryan has a comprehensive plan to replace Obamacare.
They’ll never know
The doctor realized his mistake when he removed a perfectly healthy kidney
Medicaid fraud to the tune of $23,354, prosecutors say
‘Huge and ongoing costs’
‘In 2015, Medicaid’s improper payment rate (IPR) increased by nearly half to 9.78 percent or $29 billion’