Today ushers in a new provision of the health reform law that makes additional preventive health services available.
Maryland health officials are highlighting $14.3 million they can use to expand community-based, long-term care for seniors and the physically disabled with the help of an increased state alcohol tax, which has been in effect for a little more than year.
Should the Catholic church mix politics and faith? Some say ‘no’ as the church gears up to take on the Obama administration over it’s new healthcare mandate.
The Maryland General Assembly has passed a measure to create a framework for a health insurance market place to provide coverage to the uninsured.
Healthy smile, healthy kids. Maryland lawmakers are on Capitol Hill working to improve dental care for children.
The Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative will be taking part in a national coalition of health groups to help enroll the uninsured who are set to become eligible for health coverage in 2014 under the national health care overhaul.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris is continuing a series of town hall meetings.
Maryland lawmakers have made a significant change to a bill to implement federal health care reform in the state.
A Maryland task force on prison violence is urging a systematic approach to reducing gang activity and
improving mental health care among inmates.