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@ILComptroller Susana Mendoza continued her criticisms of Medicaid managed care organizations Tuesday, saying more pressure needs to be put on health plans to improve transparency in how they operate.https://t.co/uGZUahxdJz pic.twitter.com/eJRmenoIQC— Health News Illinois (@HealthNewsIll) August 14, 2019
Medicaid expansion means more moms, babies and families will have access to quality healthcare. Ensuring access to care is one of the most important steps toward saving mothers’ lives & ending #maternalmortality. #MOMMAact https://t.co/MrV2pnhGRX— Robin Kelly (@RepRobinKelly) August 9, 2019
Thanks to @GovPritzker’s investment in broadband expansion and our new Broadband Advisory Council, farmers will be equipped to compete in the global marketplace, rural communities will attract more businesses, & residents will have greater access to healthcare through telehealth. pic.twitter.com/3o4N5ebvhc— Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton (@LtGovStratton) August 15, 2019
CHA is extremely disappointed that the Administration has finalized a #PublicChargeRule that will punish legal immigrants for receiving #Medicaid and other vital assistance when they seek to change their status... https://t.co/wWa4RqF7mu pic.twitter.com/I1IY0yxeXn— CatholicHealthAssoc (@TheCHAUSA) August 13, 2019
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Illinois becomes first state to require insurers to cover EpiPens for kids, but questions remain about costs
Health insurance companies will have to cover life-saving EpiPens or similar devices for kids with allergies under a new state law that takes effect Jan. ...
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