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Health reform

The Medi-Medi problem

by Marketplace Staff Mar 1, 2011
As in Medicare and Medicaid. Conflicts in the two government health care programs can drive up costs for states. But change could be on the way.
Health reform

Obama says states must implement health care law

by John Dimsdale Feb 28, 2011
But Obama told governors today they can design alternative health care programs as long as they meet the law's goals.
Health reform

Health care providers prepare for the reform debates

by Jeremy Hobson Jan 18, 2011
The debate over health care reform is back this week as Republicans in the House of Representatives plan a vote to repeal the new health care law. Jeremy Hobson speaks to Alan Miller, CEO of Universal Health Services.
Health reform

Obama's health care law faces a Republican House

by Marketplace Staff Jan 4, 2011
The new Republican-controlled House of Representatives will vote next week on a repeal of the health care reform law. Scott Tong explains.
Health reform

Price of health insurance not going down, yet

by Stacey Vanek Smith Nov 12, 2010
It's estimated that premiums on company-paid health insurance plans will rise by roughly 9 percent this year. So what happened to the health care reform bill that was supposed to make health insurance more affordable? Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
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Health reform

Businesses react to health care reform

by Stacey Vanek Smith Oct 4, 2010
A report says manufacturer 3M will stop offering a group health insurance plan to young retirees while McDonald's has talked about dropping worker coverage. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on how businesses are reacting to health care changes.
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Health reform

Health insurance a tough sell for young people

by Marketplace Staff Sep 23, 2010
Insurance companies are looking forward to healthy young people back on their books, now that the age children can stay on their parents' health insurance jumped from 19 to 26. But first, they'll have to convince young people that it's…

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Health reform

New health reforms kick in for young

by Marketplace Staff Sep 23, 2010
A number of new health care provisions are taking effect and young people will see some of the biggest changes. Health reporter Gregory Warner talks with Steve Chiotakis about what kind of changes are happening and who will pay for…
Health reform

Health care reform: An overview

by Marketplace Staff Sep 23, 2010
Health care reform aims to cover 95 percent of Americans as changes to coverage and rules begin to take effect.
Health reform

Health Insurance: Read the Fine Print

by Gregory Warner Sep 21, 2010
With the new provisions of the health care reform comes new restrictions and rules. Gregory Warner parses through the details of what's happening at the insurance companies, and what that means for you.