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Posted on Feb 2, 2018 (254 days ago)

Politico

Fed Approve HIP Work Requirement, Drug Treatment
U.S. News & World Report
Drug treatment is now covered for Indiana Medicaid recipients, but some enrolled in the Healthy Indiana Plan will now be subject to a work requirement. Feb. 2, 2018, at 6:21 p.m.. Fed Approve HIP Work Requirement, Drug Treatment. Share. ×. Share on ...
Indiana to impose work requirement for some on Medicaid, get up to $240M for addictionIndianapolis Star
Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0: POWER Account Contribution Assessment - Medicaid.govMedicaid.gov
Indiana - Medicaid.govMedicaid.gov
Kaiser Health News -Twitter
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Posted on Jun 26, 2018 (110 days ago)

New York Post

De Blasio announces new contract with civilian union
New York Post
That plan calls for new DC 37 members to be automatically enrolled in the HIP Health Plan of New York, the cheapest health care plan the city currently offers, for at least their first year. It also seeks to shift health care visits away from inpatient ...
De Blasio agrees to a 44-month, $1 billion contract with District Council 37New York Daily News

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Posted on Oct 18, 2017 (362 days ago)

Daily Beast

Dear Baby Connor: Your Coverage Is Denied
Daily Beast
As HIP Health Plan of New York, we try hard to provide you with access to quality health care services that meet your needs. When we decide to deny coverage for treatment or service, we want to make sure you know why… We look over the clinical and ...


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Posted on Oct 18, 2017 (361 days ago)

Daily Mail

Nine-month-old boy undergoing aggressive chemotherapy for a brain tumor is REJECTED coverage by insurance ...
Daily Mail
Baby Connor was rejected coverage for treatment of a rare brain tumor after his insurance company deemed the treatment process as 'experimental'; Insurance company HIP Health Plan of New York addressed a letter to 9-month-old baby Connor, who was ...

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Posted on Oct 19, 2017 (360 days ago)

Fox News

Insurer allegedly sends coverage denial letter to 9-month-old with brain cancer
Fox News
The family's insurance company allegedly sent 9-month-old Connor a letter denying a request for coverage after he was enrolled in a clinical trial to treat aggressive brain cancer. (GoFundMe). The 9-month-old son of a retired NYPD officer allegedly ...
Insurance Company Deems Treatment for Baby With Brain Cancer as 'Medically Unnecessary'CafeMom
Insurance Company Denies Coverage to Baby With Life-Threatening Brain TumorThe Alternative Daily (blog)

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Posted on Oct 6, 2017 (373 days ago)

$60M Merck Pay-For-Delay Deal, $20M Atty Fees Approved
Law360
Law360, New York (October 6, 2017, 3:34 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey federal judge Thursday signed off on a $60 million settlement reached by Merck and Upsher-Smith with a class of direct purchasers who accuse the drug companies of engaging in a ...

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Posted on Jan 30, 2016 (988 days ago)

In contrast to Obamacare, HIP 2.0 is a success
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Last week marked the first anniversary of the Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 and today, more than 370,000 low-income Hoosiers are enrolled in a program based on personal responsibility and empowering people to take ownership of their health care choices.

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Posted on Jun 21, 2017 (480 days ago)

WISH-TV

What could change in your health insurance after Anthem, MDwise leave state exchange
WISH-TV
Eric Feldman - INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Two health insurance providers in Indiana announced Wednesday they will no longer offer options for people on the state health care exchange next year. Those companies are Anthem and MDwise. Estimates show ...

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Posted on Oct 18, 2017 (361 days ago)

Raw Story

Insurance company sends letter to 9-month-old boy explaining he's too expensive to keep alive
Raw Story
'Dear Connor Richardson,” the letter said, according to The Daily Beast, “As HIP Health Plan of New York, we try hard to provide you with access to quality health care services that meet your needs. When we decide to deny coverage for treatment or ...


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Posted on Dec 1, 2015 (1049 days ago)

WNYC

Emblem Health to Drop 750 Doctors from Network
WNYC
One of New York State's largest insurers is dropping hundreds of physicians in small medical practices from its network. The move is one more hit to the traditional doctors' office — many of which have joined larger groups in recent years. Emblem ...


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