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Island authorities keep an eye on the health reform process initiated in the US
Puerto Rico will seek to be included in the complicated congressional agenda to save the government health plan
SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rican Medicinal Cannabis Association (PRMCA) on Friday supported the bill introduced by Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to regulate the...
Florida's Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is seeking to extend Medicare low-income prescription drug subsidies to resident of Puerto Rico, with...
Puerto Rico's Medicaid program will need a $900 million infusion from Congress to operate through June 2018, HHS Secretary Tom Price told ...
The delegate to Congress also highlighted her concerns with the $295 million allocated to Puerto Rico to supplement the island's healthcare...
Puerto Rico's Zika epidemic has ended, officials said Monday, noting substantially fewer new cases this spring. Only 10 cases have been reported...
The Governor will introduce his proposal tomorrow at the House of Representatives, as part of his speech on the Island’s situation
President Trump has authorized federal disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico response to the hurricane. But with a child poverty rate of 58 percent...
Authorities fear the impact that the possible loss of $1.2 to $1.3 billion in Medicaid funds might have on the healthcare system
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-FL, has filed legislation to help an estimated 400,000 low-income seniors living in Puerto Rico afford the cost of their ...
“Democrats are trying to bail out insurance companies from disastrous #Obamacare, and Puerto Rico with your tax dollars. Sad!” he wrote on Twitter.
The Administration is also disappointed that this bill provides almost $300 million for Puerto Rico's Medicaid program without underlying...
Puerto Rico on Monday declared that the 2016 Zika epidemic is over, saying transmission of the virus that can cause birth defects when pregnant ...
Government says the atmosphere in Congress is “very complicated”