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Pharmacy Manager To Drop Coverage Of 1,000 Drug Ingredients

Express Scripts says the move will cut wasteful spending and lower its customers' compounded drug costs by 95 percent.

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Survey Says Health Insurance Gains Pick Up

Gallup surveyed more than 43,500 adults from January 2 to March 31.

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Last Mintue HealthCare.Gov Rush

The administration says it doesn't know how many of those signups were previously uninsured.

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With Health Law, Workers Ponder The I-Quit Option

Experts believe that workers in their 50s and 60s, who may have accumulated savings, will be most likely to give up job-provided insurance for policies on the new public exchanges.

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Survey Shows Uninsured Rate Drops; Health Law Cited

The drop translates roughly to 3 million to 4 million uninsured people getting coverage.

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Poll Finds Drop In Uninsured Rate

The biggest change was for unemployed people, at a drop of 6.7 percentage points.

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Cybersecurity Chief Had Qualms Over Health Website

Kevin Charest told congressional investigators he was unable to get answers to his questions from others inside the department, and he concluded that testing of the site was substandard.

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Health Care Signups Pick Up Pace In November

A report from the Health and Human Services Department says that more than 137,000 have enrolled in the 36 states served by the federal website, up from fewer than 27,000 in October.

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Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Says Thousands Will Lose Current Policies

Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says thousands of people in Louisiana will not be able to keep their current insurance coverage under the new law.

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Builders Of Obama’s Health Website Saw Red Flags

President Barack Obama blames website failures on high traffic.

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Poll Says Rollout Of Health Exchanges Gets Thumbs Down

Three-fourths of those who tried to sign up reported problems and just 7 percent of those surveyed say the rollout has gone well.

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Insurers, Others Say “Obamacare” Glitches Fixable

Experts say there's still time to fix those problems before the uninsured start getting coverage Jan. 1.

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