Two state facilities face June deadlines to reform hazardous conditions or lose millions of dollars in Medicaid money.
A North Texas physician who ran a now-closed hospital near Dallas has been indicted in a more than $1 million health care fraud investigation.
The Affordable Care Act will make more than 330,000 Texans eligible for addiction treatment next year, but the state’s treatment centers are already at 92 percent of capacity, according to federal statistics.
After approving a measure that would allow talks to expand Medicaid to the working poor, Texas Republicans have reversed themselves.
Texas’ top Republicans guns, Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, are teaming up to again oppose expanding Medicaid services in their state.
A new Gallup poll reports that Texas has the highest percentage of people ever recorded without health insurance at 28.8 percent.
Thousands of protesters are expected to march on the Texas Capitol to demand that lawmakers expand Medicaid to include an additional 1.5 million poor people.
If Gov. Rick Perry is feeling pressure to expand health care coverage to more than 1.5 million people under Medicaid, he sure isn’t showing it.
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry is reiterating in a visit to Washington that he won’t expand Medicaid services in his state.
The Texas House approved a supplemental spending bill to close a $4 billion budget deficit for Medicaid.
Every odd-numbered year, the Texas health and human services commissioner appears before state lawmakers hungry to cut spending on Medicaid.