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The Obama administration on Thursday said 700,000 people have completed applications to begin shopping for insurance through the new online marketplaces, Kaiser Health News reported.
Medicare officials are mounting an effort to prevent Medicare beneficiaries from enrolling in new health insurance exchanges, Kaiser Health News reports.
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The growing popularity of high-deductible insurance plans is leaving more hospitals stuck with unpaid bills, Kaiser Health News reported.
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Few Medicaid doctors have received their promised 2013 pay raise, which was slated to begin in January under the Affordable Care Act, even though the government has given its approval to 48 states to start paying higher rates.
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