Greg Abbott outlines many policy proposals including passing law to prevent state agencies from working with the Affordable Care Act. Abbott Unveils Proposals for Privacy, Ethics and DNA | The Texas Tribune.
by Becca Aaronson, The Texas Tribune November 5, 2013 The Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s Office of Inspector General, which says that hundreds of millions of dollars have been misspent on fraudulent Medicaid orthodontic and dental claims, has lost … Read More
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Washington, DC—(ENEWSPF)—October 31, 2013. A federal jury in Houston has convicted Gwendolyn Climmons-Johnson, 53, of multiple counts of health care fraud for submitting false and fraudulent claims to Medicare for ambulance services. Owner of Texas-based Ambulance Service Convicted … Read More
Animation: Explaining the Health Insurance Marketplace | The Texas Tribune.
by Becca Aaronson October 15, 2013 Texans discovered nearly two years ago that the state was spending more on orthodontic claims in its Medicaid program than the other 49 states combined, but recovery of millions in purportedly misspent Medicaid money … Read More
The health care track at the Texas Tribune Festival featured panel discussions on the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, new developments coming out of Texas, and abortion and women’s health. TribuneFest: Audio From the Health Care Track | The Texas Tribune.
Here are the latest statistics just released by HHSC. Children Enrolled in Medicaid, CHIP and CHIP Perinatal Programs by Month Month Children Enrolled in Medicaid¹ Children Enrolled in CHIP² Children Enrolled in CHIP Perinatal Coverage Total Children Enrolled Sep-13 2,511,311 … Read More