“The board’s been specific about wanting someone who can keep their strategic plan moving forward. They don’t want to go backwards,” says HR director Mila Cosgrove.
The Alaska State Chamber of Commerce has adopted Medicaid expansion as one of its top state legislative priorities.
Enroll Alaska has successfully signed up seven people last week for health insurance on the state’s new Affordable Care Act Marketplace, but nearly three weeks into the launch of the marketplace, the company expected to have many more people enrolled.
Former Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chris Harff left the hospital on Saturday, one week earlier than anticipated.
Tour of Anchorage office building planned for Thursday
Some in the industry say the cost and lack of access to comprehensive health insurance is a barrier to new fishermen and an ongoing concern for those already in the business.
The main groups working to help Alaskans sign up for marketplace insurance plans haven’t successfully enrolled anyone. One week after after the launch of the federally run health insurance marketplace, it’s still not operational.
Crystal Bourland’s full time job is helping people enroll in a health insurance plan under the new federal Affordable Care Act. Her first day on the job was Monday.
A Sitka seafood processor has recalled two-year’s worth of product, after a state inspection revealed that monitoring equipment had failed.