Insurers Double in Missouri's Online MarketplaceMissouri could have twice as many health insurers participating next year in a federally run website.
SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Decision Has Ripple Effect on St. Louis ArchdioceseThe St. Louis Archdiocese has been granted a preliminary injunction so it won't have to provide its employees mandatory birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Metro Area Receives Increase in HIV/AIDS FundingThe funds can be used to cover services such as medication, insurance, and support services for those individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Feds: More Than 7K Illinoisans Select Health PlansEnrollment figures released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services showed the pace picking up in the state and nationally.
20K St. Louisans Eligible for Affordable Care Act Plans, Government EstimatesThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that in St. Louis a family of four earning $50,000 would pay $32 each month for the lowest premium coverage plan.
Local Business Says New Prosthetic Rules Are UnreasonablePart of the lawsuit filed by the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association focuses on the burden placed on suppliers like local business Ann's Bra Shop.
Man Says Hospital Removed Him From Partner's RoomA gay man who was arrested after he refused to leave his partner's side at a Kansas City hospital said Friday that he was the victim of discrimination, but the hospital said he was causing a disturbance.
Springfield has Issues with Homeless Advocate Larry RiceCity officials have asked the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to take back the deed given to Rice's New Life Evangelistic Center.
Missouri House Member Plans To Run For Lt. GovernorDemocrat Sara Lampe cited her experience serving on the House Budget Committee, running a small business and working in public education.