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Three insurers plan to leave Alaska individual health market

Report: Higher deficits, more uninsured if health law tossed

WASHINGTON (AP) — Repealing President Barack Obama's signature health care law would modestly increase the budget deficit, while the number of uninsured Americans would rise by more than 20 million, said a nonpartisan government study released Friday.

Dakotas Tribal leaders pitch pot as economic opportunity

Target selling pharmacy, clinic businesses to CVS

Trombley brings concierge practice to Anchorage

​Dr. Dale Trombley, like a growing number of doctors, has found a way to cut his costs while providing what’s become an unfamiliar concept: a doctor who knows his patients.

Fed dollars down, Denali Commission tries more with less

Public doubts Court’s fairness on Obamacare

Medicare bill helps doctors and kids, but deficit foes cool

Hunters often overlook hearing protection

Delays at Alaska VA facilities are shorter than US average

(AP) — Average wait times for veterans seeking appointments at four Veterans Administration facilities in Alaska were below the national average, according to VA data for September through February.

Walker introduces legislation to expand Medicaid

Bowing to legislators’ requests, Gov. Bill Walker introduced legislation March 17 setting out a broad framework for reform of the state-managed Medicaid program and also expanding the program to provide health coverage to an estimated 40,000 uninsured Alaskans.

Eyak embraces ‘Baby Boxes’ in Cordova