Maryland launched an initiative on Thursday to help residents get health insurance under the federal health care law.
Health insurers are filing health benefit plans designed to be sold in the individual and small group markets on the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
It’s taken years for Dr. Ronald Sroka, a Crofton primary care physician, to hone his skill at prescribing what he considers the right medications.
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Maryland has received conditional approval by the federal government to operate a state-based health insurance exchange in 2014.
A Roman Catholic priest from Hancock is leading parishioners on a 100-mile walk to Baltimore to protest an Obama administration policy requiring private health insurance plans to cover contraception.
Maryland insurance officials have activated emergency regulations to require health insurance carriers to waive timing restrictions on coverage for renewal of prescription medications.
One of Maryland’s leading health commissioners wants to put a face on the health care issue–in light of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the president’s health insurance law.
The Montgomery County Council has approved a countywide ambulance fee, reviving a law that was struck down by referendum.
A new state website will help Maryland residents navigate health care reform policies.
The Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown says it hopes to start accepting new patients by early March.
Federal officials are awarding more money to help states carry out President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul. The surprise? The list includes seven states suing to overturn the landmark law.