health care reform
Metro Detroiters calling into the WWJ Newsradio 950 newsroom have had plenty to say about today’s Supreme Court ruling …
A former Secretary of Health and Human Services, Utah governor and Environmental Protection Agency administrator told the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference that huge changes are ahead for the American health care system.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Friday announced its award of $72 million in financing for the new Michigan Consumers Healthcare CO-OP (MCHCO), a member-governed nonprofit health insurance company that will help to control costs while providing accessible health care for all residents.
ANN ARBOR — The Center for Geospatial Medicine at the University of Michigan is working to reduce death and disability from Type 2 diabetes under a grant announced today as part the nation’s 2010 health care […]
Pro-life groups organized rallies nationwide to protest a mandate that requires employers to provide contraceptives, sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs through their health plans.
The nation’s health care delivery system is about to change dramatically, and federal health care reform is only part of the reason.
Even a $10 increase in premiums can drive people to a different health care plan, a University of Michigan study has found. That’s good news for health care reform, which relies heavily on competition and consumer response to pricing.
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Former Democratic Rep. Bart Stupak had to endure death threats and screams of “baby killer!” for lending his crucial support to the federal health care law.
The Engineering Society of Detroit Tuesday presented its ideas for fixing health care in Michigan. Essentially they involve going back to the drawing board — not just on health care, but on state government itself.