Health Care Regulation

Iowa Senate sends radon, crossbow bills to governor

The Iowa Senate on Tuesday accepted a scaled-down effort to raise awareness among schools officials of the potential harmful health threats posed b ... »

Report: Obamacare computers not yet equipped to fix errors

The HealthCare.gov website is not yet equipped to handle appeals by thousands of people seeking to correct errors the system made when they were si ... »

Need a doctor? Take a number

Dr. Frank Hesse of Albuquerque is a retired general surgeon, the former chairman of the state Health Policy Commission and one of the founders of a ... »

Iowa gets bonus for enrolling more children in health insurance coverage

DES MOINES – Iowa is in line for a nearly $10.62 million bonus for successfully enrolling more children in health insurance coverage this year.

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Iowans urged to reapply for health care coverage

DES MOINES — As many as 16,000 Iowans who applied for federal health care plan through the HealthCare.gov website may not have insurance for the mo ... »

Will charging more for health insurance stop bad habits?

Smokers have long known tobacco's risks, among them lung cancer, emphysema and other respiratory problems. But now using tobacco also could mean ha ... »

Consumers get one-day extension on Obamacare deadline

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration said on Monday it has extended a deadline for health insurance under Obamacare, giving consumers sh ... »

Iowa Gov. Branstad, Obama administration agree on Medicaid

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has reached an agreement with the Obama administration to approve the Iowa Health and Wellness Plan, his office said Thurs ... »

Obama administration approves most of Iowa's Medicaid plan

The Obama administration said Tuesday it has approved a large part of Iowa's proposed Medicaid expansion plan, an integral piece of the Affordable ... »

Iowa Health and Wellness plan still awaiting fed approval

DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad’s Iowa Health and Wellness Plan still doesn’t have federal approval less than a month before plans are supposed to ... »

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