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What Alaska Natives need to know about the Affordable Care Act

What Alaska Natives need to know about the Affordable Care Act"The exemption form does not eliminate your ability to get insurance."

House considers medevac membership program

House considers medevac membership programA bill aimed at restoring a popular medevac insurance program is getting some attention in the House.

Interviews scheduled for Bartlett CEO finalists

Interviews scheduled for Bartlett CEO finalistsThe board hopes to have the new CEO on the job in May

For self-employed Alaskans, Affordable Care Act makes a difference

For some commercial fishermen and others who are self-employed, what they’ve found has been a pleasant surprise.

SHARP-II student loan repayment program under fire

SHARP-II student loan repayment program under fireThe program that helps medical professionals repay their student loans if they serve poor or rural patients.

Low income Alaskans fall through Medicaid “donut hole”

Nearly 30,000 Alaskans are left without options when it comes to health insurance.

Retirees still concerned about changes to state health plan

Retirees still concerned about changes to state health planRetired public employees continue to be concerned with changes to the AlaskaCare health plan offered through the state retirement system.

Tompkins, Kurka injured in training at Sochi Paralympics

Tompkins, Kurka injured in training at Sochi ParalympicsSoft snow conditions resulted in several crashes in both training and the race.

Retired state workers upset with changes to health plan

Retired state workers upset with changes to health planThe State of Alaska is trying to clear up mass confusion over recent changes to its AlaskaCare retiree health plan.

Budget cuts target residential addiction treatment centers

Budget cuts target residential addiction treatment centersProviders say the waiting list for beds at treatment centers is already long