As the Affordable Care Act is implemented, Managed Care Organizations are looking to sign Native Americans up for health insurance plans.
Two online components of the federally run insurance marketplace will not be ready on Oct. 1 as previously planned.
Here's something you don't think about when you get into a taxi: your driver could be a doctor. Why foreign-licensed medical professionals have a tough time getting into a health system that needs more doctors.
Texas Governor Rick Perry is doing everything he can to slow the rollout of the Affordable Care Act in his state.
With heavy rainfall still drenching parts of the Southwest, health officials are warning that mosquito populations could increase, and more mosquitoes could mean more West Nile Virus.
In the final installment of our series, Border To Border Drugs, we look at the new consumers of heroin in the Pacific Northwest.
A new survey ranks the United States 11th in the number of reported plague cases around the world. Of the cases found in the U.S. over the last decade, most infections were acquired in the Southwest.
At the end of June, 15 New Mexico behavioral health agencies had their Medicaid funding frozen by the state's Human Services Department due to “credible allegations of fraud.”
Across the Southwest, groups are canvassing neighborhoods to inform uninsured people about how to sign up for coverage under Obama’s Affordable Care Act beginning Oct. 1. But getting the message across is a difficult task, especially reaching certain minority groups and those that may not speak English well.
With an Oct. 1 deadline approaching, supporters of the Affordable Care Act are trying to get the word out to people who are now eligible for insurance.