Board members raised a number of questions on how the special enrollment period beyond the March 31 deadline would be implemented, and whether Nevada's system operated by Xerox could handle the task.
One big issue is how to determine eligibility and from what point in the process would eligibility begin.
The board asked for recommendations from Nevada Insurance Commissioner Scott Kipper and more information from Xerox.
They postponed action until next week.
Premiums in California’s individual marketplace will increase for the fifth consecutive year, due in part to federal changes and a predicted departure of healthy consumers.
Kaiser Permanente’s "Salud en Español" clinic is part of a wider effort to increase culturally appropriate services for Latino residents, who are at high risk for diabetes and hypertension but are less likely than white patients to go to the doctor.
Gov. Jerry Brown opted not to include major investments in public health insurance programs in his budget revision on Friday, citing a preference for one-time spending measures over long-term commitments.
Enrollment in Covered California dropped slightly this year. Numbers out today show 1.5 million people enrolled for 2018. That's down about two percent from the previous year. A drop in renewals offset gains in new enrollees.
There's a big public health push to stop pumping livestock with antibiotics. A new report looks at which fast food chains are being choosy about their meat.
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