I-Team: Rhode Island Man Faces Criminal Charges For Mass. Welfare FraudA Rhode Island man is accused of ripping off Massachusetts taxpayers and illegally collecting welfare benefits while living out of state.
Deadline Approaching To Sign Up For Mass. Health Care PlansA deadline for those hoping to sign up for health insurance plans in the new year is fast approaching in Massachusetts.
Thousands Ruled Ineligible For Mass. MedicaidTens of thousands of people have been removed from the state's Medicaid program during the first phase of an eligibility review.
Hyannis Doctor Indicted For Illegally Prescribing Oxycodone, Defrauding MassHealthA doctor on the Cape has been indicted for illegally prescribing Oxycodone and defrauding the state’s Medicaid program.
State Says Drug Treatment Center Illegally Charged HundredsA North Andover-based drug treatment center illegally charged patients hundreds of dollars in cash, Attorney General Maura Healey says.
One Care Ombudsman – Helping People with MassHealth and Medicare
Officials: Health Care Website Working As HopedThe revamped Massachusetts Health Insurance Exchange website has attracted more than 334,000 visitors in its first full week.
Massachusetts To Cover Gender Identity TreatmentThe Patrick administration is seeking to extend health care coverage for medically necessary treatment for gender identity or gender dysphoria including hormone therapy and gender-reassignment surgery.
I-Team: Dentist Accused Of Billing State For Procedures Never PerformedIn recent years, the I-Team discovered not all of the MassHealth claims went to care for needy patients.
I-Team: Family Nurse Ordered To Return More Than $10,000 For Not Renewing License On TimeA nurse who cares for a disabled child is facing a severe punishment for what she calls a simple mistake.
Local Student Forced To Choose Between College And Health CareA Chelmsford college student, who is also a diabetic, says she has been forced to choose between education and health care.
Mass. Lottery Winners Accused Of Welfare FraudInvestigators say at least two big time lottery winners are bilking the state out of thousands in public benefits.