In the state with our nation's shortest life-expectancy, all the Republican candidates face something of a quandary: How to entice voters with talk of cutting healthcare reform and services in a land ranking low in care quality measures.
Supporters and opponents were in agreement that the Supreme Court should rule on the case, rather than pushing it off based on the Anti-Injunction Act. And the discourse was mostly civil, except for one instance.
President Barack Obama and GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney will have to strike the fine balance of containing costs while deciding where they stand on Medicare expansion, as Tuesday's primary in Pennsylvania displays.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett has named Republican guru, life sciences consultant and telemedicine advocate Michael Wolf to lead the state health department, with long-term nursing care regulation likely to be one large area of focus.
Arizona used $9 million in federal funding toward an HIX. But that was before it decided not to build its own marketplace. At least 7 other states have made similar decisions after spending federal grants. Here's where that money went.
After the storm one CIO says that HIE is not really a focus when treating patients during a disaster, while another official explains that not having gone live with their EHR might actually have been a "blessing in disguise" for treating patients during a power outage.