Fallin wants Insure Oklahoma reworked ahead of Affordable Care Act
"President Obama's decision to discontinue the federal waiver authorizing Insure Oklahoma is a disaster, and it is indicative of an administration that has no regard for any health-care solutions that do not originate from Washington," Fallin said in a prepared statement. CONTINUING COVERAGE: Read the Tulsa World continuing coverage of the health care law.
Fallin asks lawmakers to save Insure Oklahoma before session ends
“Insure Oklahoma is currently delivering affordable health insurance options to 30,000 Oklahomans with a great deal of success. But rather than support this program, the president is dismantling it and pushing more and more people into the government health care system outlined in Obamacare,” Gov. Fallin said.
NSPCC in £63m deal to insure pension risks
One of Britain's best-known children's charities has struck a £63m deal to insure the risks on its pension scheme and prevent donations being diverted to retired workers.
Feds say Insure Oklahoma program must change
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma program that uses Medicaid funding to provide health insurance to 30,000 low-income Oklahomans must change in order to keep its funding, the federal government...
Legislators, Fallin look for ways to save Insure Oklahoma
Keeping Insure Oklahoma alive and well in the state will be difficult, state Rep. Lewis Moore said at Friday’s legislative breakfast sponsored by the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce at Oak Tree Country Club. Insure Oklahoma is scheduled to end Dec. 31 to meet requirements of the Affordable Care Act, according to Cindy Mann, director of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the U.S ...
Report: Oklahoma should expand insurance program
A consulting firm hired by Oklahoma to help answer the question of how to insure 200,000 people without health coverage told the state's Medicaid board Thursday that an existing program could be used to ...