Special Enrollment Periods Mean Sign Ups Whenever During The YearMany Nevadans may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) that enables them to get coverage outside the normal Open Enrollment window, which closed on December 15, 2017.
Vegas Healthcare Worker Sentenced On Medicaid Fraud50 year old Shawnnyce Dawson of Las Vegas, was sentenced for submitting false claims to Nevada Medicaid. The fraud happened between January 2013 and March 2015.
Doctor Barred From Treating Medicaid, Medicare PatientsA Las Vegas doctor, who was sentenced in July to three years of probation and seven days in jail for gross lewdness involving female patients, has been barred from treating Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Nevadans Plan Multiple Protests Over GOP Healthcare PlanThousands of angry protesters are expected at events in Las Vegas and Reno on Saturday. They're part of a nationwide series of more than 100 "Our Lives On the Line" events across the country in support of the Affordable Care Act.
5 Arrested in Rally at Sen. Dean Heller's OfficeThe five people who were arrested said they were part of an ongoing nationwide effort to save Medicaid.
New Nevada Data Suggest Millions Losing Coverage Under Senate BillThe group Americans For Tax Fairness estimates that thousands of Nevadans could lose coverage if the Senate proposed Health Care Bill gets through.
Sandoval Vetoes Bill to Open 'Medicaid For All'The first Republican governor who opted to expand Medicaid has decided that Nevada will not be the first state in the nation to attempt to open the government-subsidized health care program to anyone, regardless of need.
Sandoval Weighs Bills for Clean Energy, Medicaid For AllNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval faced big decisions on the future of the state's energy and health care policies on Tuesday with several bills the Legislature sent to him in the final hours of the session.
Utah House Panel Votes Down Governor's Medicaid PlanLawmakers in Utah's House of Representatives have voted to reject Gov. Gary Herbert's hard fought Medicaid plan and instead push forward their own alternative proposal.
Feds: Utah Will Not Get Medicaid Work RequirementUtah will still not be allowed to require Medicaid recipients to work, even though the president has offered Utah Gov. Gary Herbert more flexibility on the issue, federal officials said Wednesday.
Ex-Lawmaker Resigns Arizona GOP Post Over Remarks Former Arizona legislator Russell Pearce has resigned a top leadership position in the state Republican Party following backlash to remarks advocating mandatory contraception or sterilization for people on Medicaid.
Woman Ordered To Repay $25K In Medicaid Case A prosecutor says a 33-year-old Las Vegas behavioral health company owner was spared jail time but ordered to pay $25,000 in restitution and penalties for failing to maintain adequate records to support Medicaid claims.