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This year marks 60 years of Stella Maris serving the needs of the Greater Baltimore community.
Health insurers are filing health benefit plans designed to be sold in the individual and small group markets on the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
A former social worker who prosecutors say continued to submit insurance claims after her license was suspended has pleaded guilty to health care fraud.
Maryland health officials on Wednesday outlined major changes to how hospital costs are paid in an effort to keep the state’s unique Medicare waiver agreement with the federal government — a deal that has provided enormous financial benefits to the state in recent decades.
A measure to further implement federal health care reform in Maryland passed the House of Delegates on a 93-43 vote Monday with little debate.
For more than 30 years Dr. Roy Myers has worked to ensure that Anne Arundel County firefighters are well equipped to provide medical care when they arrive on the scene of an auto accident or at a home where someone has just had a heart attack.
The Rev. Robert Krempels and Virginia Perna each found themselves widowed in 2008. His marriage lasted about 63 years. Hers, about 52 years. They connected last year at a local church function. One date led to another.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has issued new warnings for seniors who drive.
The impact of Maryland’s brutal storm on June 29 is still being felt by some, including at St. Martin’s Home in Catonsville that cares for needy seniors.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to attend the ribbon cutting for a new elder-living facility.
Senior citizens taking non-credit courses at Anne Arundel Community College this fall can expect to see their fees double.