Snyder Vetoes Medicaid Tax Change, Cites Budget ImplicationsIt's the latest twist in wrangling even among Republicans over how to help fund the government health insurance program.
Michigan Senate Approves Bill To Cover Firefighters' Cancer BillsFirefighters with certain types of cancer might soon be able to charge the state for some of their medical expenses.
Wayne County Bringing Pilot Wellness Program To Hamtramck And EcorseThe services are through the Wayne County Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness office and include immunizations, health care enrollment, Head Start enrollment, and services for veterans.
Plans Move Ahead For Allegiance To Join Henry Ford HealthThe health systems announced Monday that their boards had approved a definitive agreement.
Michigan Submits Waiver To Continue Medicaid ExpansionThe state law establishing the Healthy Michigan program requires the waiver's OK by year's end or else the Medicaid expansion will end.
Wayne County Reaches Deal To Cut Retiree Health Care CostsWayne County and about 5,000 retirees have agreed to a deal that will cut their health care benefits and save the county about $20 million each year.
Michigan's Veterans' Health Care Facilities Performing WellThe chronically long waits for care that have infuriated patients at Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics in some parts of the country are a lot more rare in Michigan.
Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Soars; Waiver Hurdle RemainsWednesday is the anniversary of Healthy Michigan, the state's popular Medicaid expansion program.
How The Affordable Healthcare Act Affects Tax FilingLearn how the Affordable Healthcare Act, and whether or not you have insurance, will impact the way you do taxes this year.
Sunday Is The Last Day To Sign Up For Affordable Care Act Coverage Before Facing A PenaltyJennifer Pipes with Enroll America hosted an enrollment event in Dearborn on Sunday and said that people should not be timid to sign up.
Duggan Helps Kick Off Health Care Enrollment EventDuggan says the federal health care law has helped thousands of Detroit residents get quality medical care, many for the first time.
Number Of People Being Monitored For Ebola In Michigan Drops To 5The MDCH and a network of local public health agencies are currently checking travel histories of these individuals including their return to the Michigan from Ebola affected areas.