A 49-year-old Illinois woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling roughly $600,000 from the St. Louis County health care company where she worked.
Republican lawmakers are demanding answers after reports that say that a suburban St. Louis processing center for the Affordable Care Act.
With only a couple of days left in the legislative session, Gov. Jay Nixon is holding out hope for one of his most critical issues.
Missouri lawmakers are poised to give final approval to a state budget that could restore Medicaid benefits that were cut a decade ago.
Rev. John Bennett, one of the individuals issued an active arrest warrant, said he called the protest a “rally for dignity”, and a mission to save the lives of hundreds of Missourians.
The House Health Insurance Committee has approved legislation that would require a state-licensed navigator pass a test given by the Insurance Department.
The Missouri House defeated legislation Thursday that would charge a panel of medical professionals with developing medical care standards for newborns after a Republican doctor compared the bill to the federal health care law.
Tina Kuehl of Better Way Home Care faces up to 55 years behind bars and millions of dollars in fines when she’s sentenced in July.
Cheryl Ann White, 56, was chief executive officer of the nonprofit Southeast Missouri Health Network from 2004 to 2013.
One day after the Obama administration touted victory as more than 7 million people signed up for health care under the Affordable Care Act, Blunt says there’s nothing to celebrate.