Only one in five women are aware that heart disease is their greatest health threat.
Most states are still lagging when it comes to sign-ups under President Barack Obama’s health care law, but an Associated Press analysis of numbers reported Wednesday finds a dozen high-achievers getting ahead of the game.
A Maryland lawmaker on Tuesday renewed a call for an investigation into the state’s defective health care exchange with a focus on the procurement process of the exchange’s board, which has approved multimillion dollar contracts.
Maryland lawmakers try to get a handle on the troubled State Healthcare Exchange. They’ve already passed emergency legislation to help applicants stranded by the website.
Facing a rapidly approaching deadline, the White House and its allies are racing to enroll young people in new insurance plans offered under President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, a sweeping effort that underscores how crucial the so-called “young invincibles” are to the measure’s success.
A new court filing provides details of the behind-the-scenes squabbles among private contractors that contributed to the poor performance of Maryland’s online health exchange.
There’s strong reaction to that bold decision from CVS to stop selling tobacco products in stores. This as Baltimore City takes aim at smokers.
Every day–every hour–could make a difference in the life of little Madison Parrott. It’s a battle against time for the 4-year-old, who is at the top of the waiting list for a lifesaving heart transplant.
The Maryland Senate on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill to help people who could not enroll in a private health plan on Maryland’s health exchange website due to computer problems, sending the measure to Gov. Martin O’Malley who will sign the legislation.
The Maryland House of Delegates voted on Tuesday to provide health insurance retroactive to the first of the year for people who tried to enroll on the state’s online health exchange but couldn’t complete the process due to computer problems with a state website.
There’s no escaping the deep freeze. It was another day of bitter cold temperatures.
Maryland’s health exchange says 1,407 households have registered for a retroactive coverage option offered by insurers in the exchange.