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Ask Kevin: What providers are available under new Postal health plan?

The following is a question submitted by a Federal Times reader to columnist Kevin Moss, a senior editor at Consumers’ Checkbook and expert on...

Reporter Elizabeth Kim: How my walk home from work led to a story about health clinics

Hi. I’m Betsy Kim, and I cover health and environment for The Enquirer.  I’m interested in the ways that insurance costs, algorithms, and hospital closures...

The CEO of Kaiser’s new health network shares why he’s making a bet on a tiny North Carolina hospital system

Outside of North Carolina, most people probably haven’t heard of Cone Health. But the relatively small system has an outsized reputation for keeping locals...

Cone Health to become part of Risant Health

"Cone Health's impressive work for decades in moving value-based care forward aligns so well with Risant Health's vision for the future of health care....

California leaders tussle with health industry over billions of new dollars for Medi-Cal

Gov. Gavin Newsom, state lawmakers, and health industry leaders have a small...

Free Sumner health expo with screenings for all, door prizes, lunch, more set for June

Free health and wellness services will be available to Sumner County residents of all ages later this month.Screenings for pediatrics, dental and adult health,...

Why a big California employer ditched Elevance for some of its health plans

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System is making a drastic change to one of its major health insurance plans for the state’s employees and...

US health care costs to hit $8 trillion in 10 years: Report

(NewsNation) — Annual health care spending in the U.S. is projected to reach $7.7 trillion by 2032, according to new federal actuaries projections, marking a...

Opinion: Colorado’s mental health safety net is hanging on by a thread

A recent Denver Post article by Meg Wingerter (Colorado clinics, mental health providers are seeing more uninsured patients — and they’re worried that’s the...

Oklahoma City woman’s health insurance situation improves after speaking with Fox 25

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — An Oklahoma City patient says her health insurance situation has changed for the better. This comes one week after sharing...

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