Tufts Medical Center and Vanguard Health Systems have been awarded an $88 million loan by Medicare to launch a new, non-profit, co-operative health insurance plan with a very different business model.
The state will forge ahead with its landmark 2006 health care law even if the Supreme Court strikes down a similar federal law signed by President Barack Obama.
The I-Team has discovered that people who have been dead for over a year are still receiving benefits from Massachusetts taxpayers.
Many workers have stopped contributing to their retirement plans.
Finding the insurance policies is going to be the just the first step.
Police have now seized a car, but so far there’s been no arrest. The New Hampshire mother is frustrated because her medical bills are piling up.
Thousands of patients are finding out the hard way that free doesn’t always mean free.
Thousands of small businesses who now pay very high premiums could see double digit discounts for certain plans.
State regulators have approved premium hikes averaging 2.3% for what’s called the Small Group Market. That includes thousands of small businesses and self-employed residents. They go into effect in April.
The Retailers Association of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives have been certified as group purchasing cooperatives.