Latest Public health insurance option Stories

2014-01-04 23:01:42

Following Boston Globe’s January 2nd article entitled “Insurance Costs to Fall for Many Students,” HTG discussed hemorrhoid treatment options for college students. (PRWEB)

Divorce Costs Women Health Insurance
2012-11-13 10:04:00

A recent study found that for 115,000 women each year, a divorce leads to the loss or disruption of health insurance coverage, often for as long as two years.

2012-06-28 23:03:42

Law Professor Renée M. Landers, director of Suffolk University Law School’s Health & Biomedical Law Concentration, is available to analyze the U.S.

2012-03-30 12:38:16

It is likely we won't know the outcome of President Obama's much-debated historic health care plan until June, but the justices of the Supreme Court will likely have an idea before the upcoming weekend begins.

2011-06-20 12:40:00

WASHINGTON, June 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Citizens across the country rally together to fund a Public Health Care Option on the Free Market after a 26 year old from North Carolina creates the first non-profit, member-owned Health Care Exchange in America.

2010-12-13 15:23:00

Wide Majority of Americans Oppose Mandate to Buy Private Insurance, Especially in Absence of Public Option or Rate Regulation WASHINGTON, Dec.

2010-04-13 15:02:53

New national survey conducted by Indiana University's Center for Health Policy and Professionalism Research.

2010-02-22 23:01:00

Most See Delays As Driven By Politics Rather Than Policy MENLO PARK, Calif., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The latest Kaiser Tracking Poll finds the public still split on health care reform legislation, with 43 percent in favor and 43 percent opposed.

2010-02-22 09:20:00

WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) releases the following statement regarding President Obama's health care initiative announced this morning. "I enthusiastically support today's proposal from President Obama and look forward to voting it into law.

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