Mental Health CEO Who Hired Fortuneteller Gets PrisonThe head of a southwestern Michigan mental health agency has learned his future: at least 32 months in prison for using public money to hire a fortuneteller.
Bill Continues Michigan Health Insurance Tax Until 2025If the tax is not extended, Medicaid spending could be cut by roughly $1 billion annually.
AG: Detroit Area Doctor Wrote Prescriptions In Exchange For SexDr. Ronald Verbovsky -- who practiced in Sterling Heights and Detroit -- was sentenced to a maximum of 20 years.
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.
Surge In Medicaid Enrollment Will Squeeze Michigan BudgetEnrollment in Michigan's expanded Medicaid program is a quarter higher today than what officials thought it would be five years from now.
Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Soars; Waiver Hurdle RemainsWednesday is the anniversary of Healthy Michigan, the state's popular Medicaid expansion program.
How Gov. Snyder, Lawmakers Are Filling Michigan's $412 Million Budget HoleGov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday plans to sign mid-budget year bills to finalize a plan to tackle Michigan's projected $412 million shortfall in two primary funds that receive about $21 billion annually in tax revenue.
Democrats Slam Gov. Snyder Over Health Care ContractThe Michigan Democratic Party is accusing Gov. Rick Snyder's administration of extending a state contract without competitive bidding.
'Solutions For Family Caregiver Expo' Aims To Help Those Who Help OthersA recent study finds that while many caregivers believe taking care of a loved one at home has provided more meaning in their life, a majority often feel alone, exhausted, frustrated and overwhelmed.
Low Income Health Care 'Healthy Michigan Plan' Garners 400k EnrolleesMore people in the state have health care thanks to the Healthy Michigan Plan.
More Than 323,000 Sign Up For Michigan Medicaid ExpansionGov. Snyder says the effort will give residents "health care coverage they need to lead healthy, productive lives."
Audit: Michigan Improperly Spent $160M On MedicaidAuditors warn that Michigan could be forced to repay nearly $97 million to the U.S. government.