Biden extends enrollment period for Affordable care Act until August 15
A special ACA open enrollment period put into place due to the COVID-19 pandemic has been extended for a second time.
Survey finds opposition to health care taxes in New York
Nearly 80% of New Yorkers oppose increasing taxes on health insurance and assessments to close the State Budget gap.
How Medicaid and education spending are pushing New York to the brink
New York has the country’s highest per-pupil K-12 spending and highest per-capita Medicaid spending.
Another Voice: HealthNow-Highmark deal shortchanges WNY
The Buffalo News (Opinion)
The amount pales in comparison to similar deals within New York State that have been approved by the New York Department of Financial Services.
Single Payer bill could fix COVID inequities, advocates say
The proposal would cost billions of dollars, swell the size of the state budget and would reorganize the health care sector in the state.
Biden expands ‘Obamacare’ by cutting health insurance costs
President Joe Biden pledged that his $1.9 trillion rescue package would build on the promise of the Affordable Care Act.