The owner of a pharmacy chain has been convicted of defrauding Medicaid and Medicare by submitting false claims for prescription refills.
State officials plan to contact tens of thousands of Maryland residents who need to re-enroll in health insurance plans under the federal health care law as the state transitions to a revamped system, replacing its flawed website for the next open enrollment period that starts in November.
Baltimore’s VA Medical Center is prescribing itself some outside help.
Two doctors who owned and operated a pain management clinic have been indicted on charges of health care fraud.
Worse than we knew. A scathing audit of the VA nationwide reveals thousands of vets waited months just to get a doctor’s appointment–including veterans right here in Baltimore. The widespread problems included a cover-up with records falsified to hide the problem.
Marylanders are just hours away from the deadline to enroll in affordable health care. It was a busy weekend for the Maryland Health Connection.
Maryland’s online health exchange still has serious problems, but Gov. Martin O’Malley says more people are getting through to enroll in a health care plan.
Ravens star cornerback Lardarius Webb voices his approval of affordable health care in a radio ad designed to encourage people to enroll by the March 31 deadline.
States that have experienced technical problems running their own health care enrollment websites are getting some help from the Obama administration.
The head of Maryland’s Medicaid program is leaving his post as the program adds tens of thousands of new clients under the health care overhaul.
Top state leaders are attempting to make up for the time lost by customers who couldn’t get online in time to sign up on the state health insurance exchange.
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration will submit emergency legislation at the start of Maryland’s legislative session next week aimed at insuring people who thought they had successfully enrolled in a health care plan through the state’s health exchange but had not — through no fault of their own, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced Friday.