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It could be as long as a year before a new state law allowing doctors to charge Medicaid patients late fees for missing an appointment goes into effect. And, even then, the future of the controversial law backed by Missouri's Republican-led...

source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The owner of a nursing home 80 miles northeast of Nashville claimed more than $2 million in Medicaid expenses that were instead spent for personal use, including purchases at discount stores, restaurants, furniture stores, nail...

source: The Tennessean

You can add Colorado to the list of states being sued for refusing to widen access to the hepatitis C medications in its state Medicaid program. The lawsuit, which is seeking class action status, was filed on behalf of two Colorado...

source: STAT

Mylan CEO Heather Bresch was in the hot seat on Capitol Hill on Sept. 21, citing development costs and middlemen for the soaring price of the company's EpiPen. Democrats and Republicans alike expressed outrage, with Rep. Elijah...

source: Today

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's healthcare plan would erase all of the coverage gains from ObamaCare and then some, while Democrat Hillary Clinton's plan would bring the nation's uninsured rate to another historic low, according to a new analysis.

source: The Hill

The CMS is teaming up with state Medicaid directors to set guidelines for managed Medicaid plans to ensure network adequacy. In April, the CMS finalized a sweeping managed Medicaid rule meant to strengthen current regulations regarding...

source: Modern Healthcare

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