The state’s newest creation in subsidized healthcare has received the go-ahead for expansion.
The Wyoming Health Insurance Pool [WHIP] Board of Directors formally approved increased enrollment for the Healthy Frontiers healthcare demonstration project at their May 25th meeting in Cheyenne.
The fledgling pilot project’s contracted administrator, BlueCross BlueShield of Wyoming, is hopes to see program enrollment grow [...]
As the state’s Joint Labor, Health and Social Services committee pressed through its seventh hour of testimony and presentation regarding Wyoming’s Medicaid future, one legislator elected to cut to the chase.
“Where can we look for a state to find a model to what we are going to have [in Wyoming] if we just swallow this, [...]
The proverbial clock continues to tick on the Wyoming Legislature’s decisions regarding state health coverage.
The Joint Labor, Health and Social Services Committee met Monday and Tuesday in Evanston to discuss options and hear testimony on the state’s health and social services. The first day’s discussions were dominated by concerns surrounding possible effects from the federal [...]
A coalition of state and private representatives continues to work towards limited healthcare expansion for Wyoming residents who may not be able to afford health care but do not qualify for Medicaid.
Six members of the Benefit Design Committee for “Wyoming Healthy Frontiers,” met Wednesday in Wheatland to discuss options and goals regarding the health program, [...]
Wyoming’s legislators began releasing reaction statements within hours of President Barack Obama’s official announcement of the death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Obama announced to the nation Sunday night the success of a U.S. operation within Pakistani borders to “get Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice.”
Politicians from both parties used the news to [...]