Detroit’s biggest health system kicks off a new campaign to help people get signed up for Obamacare.
The Obama administration has signed off on Michigan’s plan to expand Medicaid to 322,000 more low-income residents.
The grant announced Monday comes from the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Sue Cook is going to the ends of the earth, or what feels like it, to help people try to sign up for insurance under the new federal health care law.
Michigan fares well compared with other states on the portion of its residents with insurance, but because it’s a big state, it still has more than 1 million uninsured, 12th-most in the country.
Gov. Rick Snyder looks back on 2013 and is proud of the substantial changes he and lawmakers made to Michigan’s health care landscape.
Monday is the deadline to select health care plans under the Affordable Care Act, or what some people call Obamacare.
The deadline to enroll for 2014 coverage is December 23.
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
A Metro Detroit hospital has a powerful new weapon in the war against germs.