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The Supreme Court has upheld the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul — ruling in favor of the requirement that most Americans can be required to have health insurance, or else pay a penalty.
The United States Supreme Court will announce in June whether it decided to uphold the Affordable Care Act. With hospitals facing possible funding cuts and other changes, WOSU reports on what Central Ohio’s two largest healthcare systems are doing while they wait for the Supreme Court decision.
Members of an Ohio House committee considering a mid year budget adjustment have stripped out a controversial part that would have cut federal funding to Planned Parenthood in Ohio. Members of Ohio’s largest anti-abortion group were disappointed, but not discouraged.
Ohio’s plan to streamline medical care for some of the state’s sickest, most expensive and difficult to treat patients includes changes designed to eliminate unnecessary tests, prevent medication errors and keep patients healthier and out of emergency rooms.
After months of protests and political jostling by both sides, representatives from Ohio and 25 other states are in Washington, D.C. today for Supreme Court arguments on the Affordable Care Act.
The Secretary of Health and Human Services expressed surprise today over the reasoning behind a multi-state lawsuit filed that includes Ohio as well as Catholic groups in opposition to free birth control under the new health care act.
The report says Ohio is among a group of states falling behind on planning for coverage under federal health care changes.
Democratic state lawmakers are pushing a proposal that requires Ohio to set up the insurance exchange laid out in President Barack Obama’s health care law.
State leaders say, at least for now, they have to ignore the passage of Issue 3 and get ready to implement federal health care mandates.
On his first day as Attorney General, Mike DeWine authorized Ohio to join 25 other states in challenging the new health care mandates.