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.”
More charges today for a Detroit area doctor accused of giving chemotherapy to patients who didn’t need it.
An oncologist accused of intentionally misdiagnosing patients has now been indicted by a grand jury.
Prosecutors want a judge to set a $9M bond in the case of a cancer specialist accused of intentionally misdiagnosing patients.
An Oakland County cancer specialist accused of intentionally misdiagnosing patients will stay in jail at least until Tuesday.
He’s accused of giving unnecessary treatments for cancer — but a local doctor won’t stay behind bars ahead of his trial.
Several health coverage and care options are now available for individuals and families in lower income brackets.
The leader of the Michigan Senate may press ahead in search of a Medicaid expansion plan to pass muster with fellow Republicans, but it’s clear he doesn’t appreciate how the governor called the Senate out for refusing to vote.
Starting Oct. 1, residents of Kent, Muskegon and Oceana counties who don’t receive employer-sponsored health insurance, or who are Medicare-eligible, will have the ability to select new health insurance products from Blue Care Network of Michigan. The Blues say the new products will be affordably priced and provide access to quality health care services through Mercy Health’s more than 700 local doctors and four local hospitals.
Two Detroit area doctors have been charged with the illegal distribution of prescription drugs and health care fraud, according to a 68-count superseding indictment unsealed this week.