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Medicare open enrollment in health and drug coverage plans for 2020 begins Tuesday and ends December 7.
Be aware of a phone scam targeting people with diabetes, particularly senior citizens on Medicare, according to The Morehead News.
Employees at Pineville Community Hospital protested outside the facility Wednesday as they and the hospital face an uncertain future.
The Attorney General's office has approved the sale of Passport Health Plan in Louisville.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services terminated its agreement last week with the Southeast Kentucky Medical Center in Pineville.
he Lexington Herald-Leader reported Thursday that the federal government sued Lee County and related agencies last year.
The Attorney General is warning Kentuckians about medical billing scams.
A panel suspended the medical license of a doctor convicted of implanting medically unnecessary pacemakers into dozens of patients and billing it to Medicare and Medicaid.
The Trump administration has again approved work requirements or a suitable alternative for Kentucky's Medicaid population after a judge blocked the state's first attempt earlier this year.
A diverse group of Kentucky hospital leaders announced today in Frankfort, KY the launch of Balanced Health Kentucky; a non-profit, non-partisan organization to support...
Arrow-Med Ambulance Inc., the owner, and managers have pled guilty to health care fraud for unnecessary ambulance transports.
Dr. Anis Chalhoub, a London physician, was convicted of health care fraud for implanting medically unncessary pacemakers.
Medicaid open enrollment is complicated enough, without scammers trying to pry money out of the unsuspecting. Heather Clary, with the Better Business Bureau, has some timely tips to ensure you aren't being led down a primrose path.
Attorney General Andy Beshear says Kentucky's role in a settlement with a pharmaceutical company will result in nearly $300,000 being returned to the state's Medicaid accounts.
Kentucky's new Medicaid commissioner says the cost to run the state health insurance program will jump 20 percent to more than $3.7 billion over the next two years, calling into question its sustainability long term.
Most public employees in Kentucky will see a bit less in their paychecks starting in 2017.
Lexington is looking into what it would cost to waive ambulance fees for people on Medicare.