Almost 4 million people with severe mental illness will remain uninsured because 24 states have refused to expand Medicaid, according to a report from the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA).
Although 26 states have agreed to expand their Medicaid programs, allowing 3 million new consumers to obtain coverage so far, 10 states drove 80 percent of that enrollment, finds a new analysis from Avalere Health.
Although patients may now have insurance through health insurance exchanges, the coverage doesn't guarantee that physicians will accept it, according to a new study from JAMA New Medicine.
Despite coverage expansion under the Affordable Care Act, the law does not guarantee physicians' availability or willingness to accept a patient's form of insurance, a new study from JAMA New Medicine finds.
Only one day after enrollment for the health insurance exchanges unofficially ended at midnight Monday, healthcare advocacy group Families USA outlined 10 ways to improve the exchange enrollment process next year.
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Roughly 9.5 million people have gained health insurance coverage through healthcare reform's Medicaid expansion, health insurance exchanges and private plans, according to national surveys and enrollment data.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission Office of Inspector General announced a $3.75 million settlement with Carousel Pediatrics, a primary care provider for over 25,000 children, for "a pattern of billing errors." But for some providers treating Texas Medicaid patients, the case raised concerns about how the government distinguishes fraud from human error, according to The New York Times.
The CEO of Madison Parish Hospital in Tallulah, La., is in prison for healthcare fraud, but the facility he ran may have to foot the bill for his misdeeds, the Monroe News-Star reported.