When making decisions about health coverage, consumers should know the specifics regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, but not their own facts. The “reality-based community” on the Affordable Care Act.
Oversees, examines and monitors Health Maintenance Organizations and Behavioral Health Organizations participating in the TennCare program.
Tennessee’s Medicaid managed care program that provides health coverage for 1.2 million low-income children, pregnant woman and disabled Tennesseans.
A nonprofit consumer health care advocacy group seeking health care reform.
Sfamilies with uninsured children may be eligible for health coverage through Medicaid and the Texas CHIP. Includes regular checkups and dental care.
The health care section of the Department’s Web site, with consumer information and more.
A resource by the Texas Department of Insurance to help Texans find health insurance coverage.
The State and Federal cooperative venture that provides medical coverage to eligible needy persons.
A project of the Center for Public Policy Priorities, aims to inform and mobilize all Texans on the national debate on health care reform.
The Commonwealth Fund Blog
Helps regon families pay the monthly premium for high-quality, private health insurance plans. FHIAP pays from 50 percent to 95 percent of the premium for Oregonians who are uninsured and meet income and other guidelines.
The place for consumers to check out their insurance agent or company or to access the state consumer hotline (1-877-693-5236, is available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m) or to file a complaint.
The Health Care Blog is a leading online forum covering the business of healthcare.
A non-profit association that represents and advocates on behalf of its provider members to improve health care in Hawaii.
Impact of various components of the Affordable Care Act on Iowans.
Established in 1995 by the Kansas Health Foundation to be an information resource for state policymakers. The foundation made the commitment based on its conclusion that health policy decisions often were based on fragmented, anecdotal and sometimes biased information.
MPA fights for quality, affordable health care for all Mainers and supports a universal, single-payer health care system.
Formed in 2006 as a non-partisan, state-wide, grassroots alliance of individuals and organizations dedicated to seeing that every resident of Maryland has comprehensive, affordable, accessible, high quality health care.
MHAP is a voice for improved health care for all throughout the state of Mississippi, especially those whose health is threatened by poverty, racism, malnutrition and violence.
The Plum Line
A federal and state funded program that pays for medical and health related services for eligible Rhode Islanders.