A California lawmaker has introduced a bill that would allow people living in the country illegally to buy health insurance through the state.
CVS Caremark is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 drugstores nationwide as it focuses more on providing health care.
A judge has thrown out a ballot initiative that would have ordered Los Angeles to create its own public health department.
Some customers are frustrated with glitches related to the Affordable Care Act.
The agency overseeing California’s health insurance exchange offered a bit of breathing room for consumers who tried but failed to meet Monday’s deadline for coverage starting in the new year.
The image projected before the classroom at California State University, Los Angeles showed a pair of gleeful sky divers plunging through the air.
While bass-heavy music pounds, an actor impersonating President Barack Obama dances, mugs for the camera and raps about the health care overhaul, “So tell a friend or a random guy, I’ve got a game-changer right here that saves lives.”
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
“There’s no way to make the federal law work without this transition to ACA-compliant plans,” board member Susan Kennedy said.
California’s health insurance exchange led the nation in enrollments during its inaugural month of operation.
Can the nation expect to see the same positive results across the country as was seen in Massachusetts?
The Obama administration has recruited engineers from several prominent technology companies to help fix the technological problems preventing people from signing up for government-mandated health insurance.
California could gain tens of millions of dollars annually in federal reimbursements for prison health care under the nation’s new health law, state and federal officials said Tuesday.
The three adult children of radio host Casey Kasem have filed a legal petition to gain control of his health care.
Agency That Provides Health Care To LA’s Poorest Families Using Taxpayer Money On Lavish Parties, Alcohol
A public agency that provides health care for Los Angeles’ poorest families has been using taxpayer money on lavish parties and alcohol, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.