health and dental insurance Articles
Dental and Vision Coverage Will Improve Next July, OPM Says (Washington Post)
Enhanced dental and vision benefits will be available to federal employees and retirees in July 2006, the Office of Personnel Management said yesterday in a letter to insurance companies.
Consumer Health Alliance Recognizes PacifiCare Dental and Vision as Its Newest Member (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
The Consumer Health Alliance announced today the addition of PacifiCare Dental and Vision as a new member to its national trade association.
States Rein In Health Costs (Los Angeles Times via Yahoo! News)
SIKESTON, Mo. â€” Hundreds of thousands of poor people across the nation will lose their state-subsidized health insurance in the coming months as legislators scramble to hold down the enormous â€” and ever-escalating â€” cost of Medicaid.
Printer Friendly Version Email This Story School workers'' insurance costs to rise (The Daily Progress)
The cost of prescription drugs and hospital visits will increase for Albemarle County school employees in the 2005-06 school year. The Albemarle County School Board approved on Thursday the Health/Dental Insurance contract.
Insurance Committee Approves Increase In Employee Contributions (Greene County)
The Greene County Commission''s Insurance Committee voted Wednesday to increase the amount that employees contribute toward the cost of health insurance.
More chairs, in-school programs at Partnership Health Center''s dental clinic (Missoulian)
Growth is the word at Partnership Health Center''s dental clinic these days. Just last week, the clinic opened three more dentist''s chairs, a move that makes it possible to provide both more and better care.
Clinic to mark 10 years of helping people in need (Reno Gazette-Journal)
WORTH A CLICK! Kimberly McClintock talks to registered dental hygenist Mary Hudson on Friday at the HAWC community health clinic in Reno. 1995: HAWC opens its doors at its first location on Harvard Way on May 15.
Doing your homework (BizJournals)
Providing health insurance for employees is one of the biggest challenges facing small business owners. In 2003, almost half of all small businesses experienced health insurance premium hikes of more than 15 percent, according to a survey conducted by the , a nonprofit foundation that provides information on health-care issues to policymakers and the public.
Around the Valley (The Times-News)
TWIN FALLS -- Students in the College of Southern Idaho''s Dental Assisting program will join local dental hygienists and the South Central District Health Department in administering protective sealant to children''s teeth during a free clinic from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. April 30 in the dental lab, Rooms 181 and 182 of the Aspen Building, at CSI.
Clinic to Hold Health Fair; Dirne Will Offer Numerous Tests at Sharply Reduced Cost (RedNova)
With the Panhandle''s percentage of uninsured patients the highest in the state, the Dirne Community Health Clinic is opening its doors to anyone who wants to check it out. The clinic offers health care for people without health insurance, through the help of a federal program.