All told, roughly 450,000 more residents could have insurance in 2014.
This week Michigan Matters features an encore airing of the “Eye on the Future” special about the Affordable Care Act called “The Health Care Act and You.”
Senate Democratic Leader Gretchen Whitmer says for some, expanding Medicaid is a matter of life and death.
Snyder has signed legislation that will make more low-income adults eligible for health insurance through the federal health care law.
The GOP-led House approved expanding the government health insurance program to nearly a half-million Michigan residents.
The vote clears a big hurdle for implementing a key but optional component of the federal health care law.
Michigan is a partner with the Maryland government IT provider CNSI in a new platform to use cloud computing in the Medicaid insurance market.
Governor Snyder has been pushing to expand Medicaid and Monday about 40 people protested outside a hotel where the governor was attending the Macomb County Lincoln Day dinner.
Several health coverage and care options are now available for individuals and families in lower income brackets.
Michigan’s GOP Senate leader says he’s tentatively planning to hold a vote in late August on Medicaid expansion legislation.