Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'uninsured'

United Hospital Fund Release New York Insurance Coverage Snapshot

The United Hospital Fund recently released its "Health Insurance Coverage in New York, 2006-2008: A Snapshot." The snapshot is essentially a summary of the full chartbook, ""Health Insurance Coverage in New york, 2007-2008" which will be released this summer. Among...

Partnership for Coverage Releases Report

New York's "Partnership for Coverage" released its final report, nearly two years in the making, on several initiatives to reduce the number of uninsured New Yorkers and the attendant costs of each. The report itself, found here, is 17 pages...

Universal Coverage: Eye on Mass.

The L.A. Times Friday covered the maturing Massachusetts universal coverage program: BOSTON -- Two years after the state's landmark health law was signed, the cracks are starting to show. Costs are soaring and Massachusetts lawmakers are weighing a dollar-a-pack hike...

"PoliGraph" Your Position on Health Care Reform

The Washington Post has an interesting interactive accompanying an article today on where each presidential candidate stands on health care issues, including health care reform, the uninsured, drug prices, and others. See who you line up with on the major...

First "Partnership for Coverage" Public Hearing

The Governor's "Partnership for Coverage" program kicked off yesterday with a public hearing in Glens Falls. Here's an excerpt from DOH's press release: The first of six public hearings to be held across New York State was held today in...

Governor Broaches Issue of Universal Coverage

Today's New York Times online announces Governor Spitzer's initiative to bring a universal health coverage plan to New York: Gov. Eliot Spitzer's administration is poised to begin an ambitious and potentially expensive push to expand health coverage to nearly three...

Program Available for Uninsured to Determine Eligibility

Today's Albany Times Union reports that more than 1 million people in New York State are eligible for public health insurance but are not enrolled, according to the Census Bureau. A new program, called "Coverage for All," is being presented...

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