Friday, August 17, 2012


The Huffington Post, Aug. 15, 2012
She jumped through hoops, wrangled with bureaucrats and overcame obstacles, but Gracie Fowler finally figured out how to make sure her kids weren't among the more than 500,000 Florida children without health insurance.

The Washington Post, Aug. 13, 2012
Paul Ryan’s Medicare overhaul may be the most controversial part of his budget.But the proposed cuts to the program are not the biggest cuts in the plan.
Wisconsin Public Radio, Aug 9, 2012
More Medicaid patients will seek care under the new federal health law. A national study on access to doctors shows where these patients may have trouble doing that.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Aug 9, 2012
The Department of Health Services expects some glitches next month when a new company begins providing transportation to doctors and other health care providers for people covered by state health programs, such as BadgerCare Plus, in southeastern Wisconsin.
Governor Walker Must Move Wisconsin Forward on Health Coverage

Press Release, ABC for Health, Aug. 3, 2012
While Wisconsin’s Administration calls a Medicaid expansion envisioned in health reform “unhealthy,” thousands in Wisconsin lack access to coverage and care.

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