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CMS earlier this month granted approval of a waiver program that allows Pennsylvania state to allocate part of its federal Medicaid funds toward services for adult residents with autism.
The administration of Pennsylvania Governor has proposed shifting control of the prescription drug component of Medicaid managed care plans to the state Department of Public Welfare.
There are more than 8,000 uninsured adults in Schuylkill County - nearly 1,000 of whom are on a waiting list to receive health care coverage - who urgently need the state Senate to approve a plan to help them gain access to health insurance.
The Pennsylvania House to approve legislation that would limit the ability of insurers to consider certain factors, such as health history, when setting rates for health plans offered to individuals and small businesses.
House of Representatives took an important first step in passing its Pennsylvania Access to Basic Care plan.
Pennsylvania launched a program to identify and stop Medicaid payments for care related to preventable hospital errors.
Pennsylvania Governor will not approve medical malpractice subsidies for physicians until state lawmakers agree to fund the Cover All Pennsylvanians program.
Pennsylvania Governor reviewed pending legislation within the state General Assembly, including a plan to provide health insurance to 800,000 state residents.
A better way to attain 'universal' health insurance coverage would be to stop meddling in the insurance market in Pennsylvania and thus making it more expensive for everyone.