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short-term health coverage

Utah state employees who take high-cost specialty drugs are being given the option of traveling to Mexico in order to obtain their drugs at a much lower cost – and the state is reimbursing them for travel expenses.

The Scoop: February 12, 2020 Edition

February 12, 2020 – In this edition: DC exchange offers SEP for residents who weren't aware of DC's individual mandate; Virginia lawmakers approve bills to… Read more

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has announced his plan for Oklahoma to be among the first states to seek a Medicaid waiver that would include additional federal funding and a Medicaid work requirement. | Photo by Alonzo Adams/AP/Shutterstock

The Scoop: February 5, 2020 Edition

February 5, 2020 – Headlines in this edition; Open enrollment is mostly over; tax season has begun; HHS proposes federal health insurance rules for 2021; HHS… Read more

Gov Roy Cooper

The Scoop: October 2, 2019 Edition

October 2, 2019 – In this edition Window shopping available now in four states’ exchanges: California, Idaho, Maryland, and New York Idaho is seeking… Read more

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation Monday that eases reporting rules for adults facing Medicaid work requirements.

The Scoop: September 25, 2019 Edition

September 25, 2019 – In this week's edition of The Scoop: average individual-market health insurance premiums are barely budging for 2020; short-term health… Read more

Mouse trap.

‘Health insurance’ that is too good to be true

May 8, 2014 – "Among the plans available outside of open enrollment, there are less expensive options – that provide very little in the way of coverage… Read more