Posts Tagged ‘healthcare insurance’

North Texas Society for Health Care Risk Management has been reactivated

A membership drive to reactivate the North Texas chapter of the Society for Health Care Risk Management began this month and will continue until January 31. The chapter is open to health care risk professionals in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and New Mexico. Established in 1980, the American Society for Health Care Risk Management (ASHRM) is […]

Was it good for Texas to decline Medicaid expansion?

WFAA Ch. 8 Reporter David Schechter tackled the thorny issue of Texas Medicaid expansion during an extended news segment broadcast last night. With the state having a chance in 2013 to drastically expand healthcare coverage to 1.5 million of the poorest Texans, it emphatically said no. The question Schechter asked was a simple one – […]

Health insurance for Texas children expected to be extended

In a story in this morning’s Dallas Morning News, Texas officials received some good pre-holiday tidings. They may not have to send out health insurance cancellation letters to nearly half a million kids three days before Christmas. The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Wednesday said it’s very likely to give Texas enough […]