Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich once praised the health care law enacted in Massachusetts by then-Gov. Mitt Romney.
If you’ve reached the magic age of Medicare, which is 65, you shouldn’t have any problems with doctors and health care facilities accepting your health insurance wherever you are in the U.S.
Sounds so good, retire somewhere warm, or exotic or really cheap or all of the above.
NightSide’s Dan Rea talks with Dr. Starner Jones about healthcare in America.
With the healthcare program in Ma. and almost federally, aren’t we a socialist country? Isn’t that a closer step to communism?
BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts has the highest percentage of insured residents of any state, but access to medical care, especially to primary care doctors and a wide number of specialists, continues to be tight.
The president calls on Congress to close tax breaks that reward some U.S. companies with overseas subsidiaries.
WBZ’s Gregg Jensen speaks with ABC’s Sam Donaldson.
Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) demanded a “full up-or-down vote” from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on several GOP fiscal proposals in this week’s Republican address. He specifically noted House Republicans’ goals of cutting non-security spending […]
W@R looks at the subject of Healthcare with Dr. Sreedhar Potarazu, author of the groundbreaking book, Get Off the Dime, The Secret to Changing Who Pays For Your Healthcare.