Health Care

IBM Will Pay Maryland $14.8M to Settle Health Benefit Exchange Case

Misrepresentations by IBM and Cúram Software during the contracting process for Maryland’s Health Insurance Exchange website will yield the state a $14.8 million settlement.The...

Hoyer, Brown Join Democratic Push to Strengthen Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act has improved the lives of millions of Americans, but access to health coverage remains uneven, two members of Maryland’s congressional...

Film Industry Protest of Ga. Could Yield Business in Md., State Official Says

Georgia’s new abortion restrictions could result in a flurry of film and television business coming to Maryland, a top state economic development official suggested...

Happy Father’s Day! Md. Ranks 13th on List of Best States for Working Dads

Just in time for Father’s Day: An assessment of the best and worst states for working dads, courtesy of Wallet Hub, a personal finance...

Here’s How Pugh and Other Board Members Profited from UMMS Contracts

In vivid and often excruciating detail, an outside review of contracting practices at the University of Maryland Medical System has confirmed that members of...

New Faces, New Policies Coming to UMMS Board as Damning Review of Self-Dealing Scandal...

The University of Maryland Medical System Board will look different soon – in composition and in policy.As an explosive 41-page report examining self-dealing and...

Communities Going Orange This Weekend to Honor Victims of Gun Violence

It’s Wear Orange Weekend, an extension of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, which falls this year on Friday. To mark Wear Orange Weekend, the...

Retirees Seek Class-Action Status in Prescription Benefits Case

More than 1,000 state retirees are seeking to be recognized as a class in a lawsuit against the state of Maryland over lost prescription...

Concerns Over Ala. Abortion Ban Postpones State Foster Care Contract

The contract for placements of 20 foster children in the state of Maryland has been postponed for two weeks after top Democrats asked officials...

Lawmakers Questioning CDC Guidelines for Adenovirus Alerts After Student’s Death

Maryland lawmakers are asking the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to re-evaluate federal guidelines for adenovirus outbreaks following the death of a University...