The New Jersey Legislature in 1992 created two programs to guarantee access to health coverage for individuals and small employers, regardless of health status, age, claims history, or any other risk factor.
Medicaid in Washington State.
The state agency tasked with administering the federal-state partnership to serve low income West Virginians.
A low cost health care plan for children and teenagers of working families.
Administers programs aimed toward the citizens of West Virginia.
Bringing together individuals, private organizations, and state agencies to work to improve the health of children and families in West Virginia.
A tax-exempt, nonprofit organization under IRC 501(c)(4) organized in November, 2005 by a diverse group of individuals concerned about the rising cost of health care and health care insurance coverage.
An all-volunteer, grassroots group advocating national, universal, single-payer health care.
The trade group for hospital in Wisconsin.
Workers’ Comp Insider
Designed to ensure that children and teens of both working and non-working families can have the health insurance they need.
The primary state agency for providing health and human services, it administers programs maintaining the health and safety of citizens of Wyoming. Its primary approach in solving health problems is prevention.
A web-based source of population data and information about Wyoming community health and healthy communities in general.
The joint federal and state government program that pays for medical care for some low income and medically needy individuals and families.
Works to expand the availability of high quality, affordable health care services throughout Wyoming. Health Centers are mission-driven health care organizations that deliver compassionate, quality health care to all individuals, with or without insurance, and regardless of their ability to pay.
A program that helps Wyoming families provide health insurance for their children.