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Watch Open for Business

Health Care | 07 November 2013

Open for Business explores the health insurance marketplace, as well as Missouri healthcare issues and the coverage gap with consumers, experts and reporters. Continue Reading

St. Louis County police chief wants to carry heroin antidote in cars

Heroin Response | 30 October 2013

By Christine Byers, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Usually, police pursue other people. But in Quincy, Mass., about three weeks ago, an officer looked in his mirror to see a driver flashing his lights and honking his horn, trying to stop the patrol car. Continue Reading

Cities, counties offer more insurance marketplace help than state

Health Care | 14 October 2013

By Tara Kulash, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Missouri’s elected leaders have largely resisted having anything to do with the federal Affordable Care Act. Lawmakers passed on setting up a health insurance exchange, leaving it to the federal government. Continue Reading

ACA presents complex choices for people with disabilities

Health Care | 01 October 2013

By Tara Kulash, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Plans available on the new health insurance marketplaces won’t be able to turn away consumers, or charge them more, because of pre-existing medical conditions. Continue Reading

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Special Report: Navigating Healthcare

Health Care | 01 October 2013

By the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Individuals and families are going to soon face numerous decisions that will shape the quality of health care they have access to in 2014 and beyond. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch presents a special section to help you understand what the Affordable Care Act means for you. Continue Reading

As insurance marketplace opens, focus is on recruiting young adults

Health Care | 01 October 2013

By Virginia Young, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.. Sher-rÈ Bird, 30, doesn’t see much point in buying health insurance. Continue Reading

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