Nurse practitioner Ruth Wiley examines Elizabeth Knowles at a Walgreens Take Care Clinic in Indianapolis. The clinics are expanding the scope of services offered. Walgreens has 330 clinics offering the new services.
Walgreens, the largest U.S. drugstore chain, is expanding into treatment of diabetes, asthma and other chronic illnesses to lure new customers including millions gaining insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
A 50-year-old Tucson man had lost his job after a heart attack. He needed a new battery for his defibrillator, but had no access to health care.
Pima County is moving to a self-insurance model for its employees' health benefits, which could save taxpayers money in the long run.
MHC Healthcare names new director
“The party of capitalism must become the party of social insurance, for capitalism’s own sake.”
A film that features Tucson author and integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil is scheduled to open at 7 p.m. this Friday at The Loft Cinema in Tucson.
Residents of the Green Valley and Sahuarita area will at long last get a hospital and an emergency room, TMC says.
PHOENIX — Federal authorities say an Arizona hospice has agreed to pay $3.7 million to resolve civil allegations that the company submitted false claims to Medicare.
New Life Community Resource Center, 5245 S. 12th Ave., is hosting a free health fair from 9 a.m. to noon today.
When Pima County got out of the home health business last year,
leaders promised that workers who joined a private company would
get the same pay and benefits.
With up to 10 percent of its indigent patients expected to lose
medical coverage, Arizona's largest community health center is
facing the biggest financial challenge in its 41-year history.
WASHINGTON - It's a centerpiece of President Obama's health-care
remake, a lifeline now available to people whose medical problems
have made them uninsurable.
Pima Community College has won an $18.5 million federal grant to
help welfare recipients and other low-income people train for
Politicking began in Tucson on Thursday for a general election
ballot proposition that backers tout as protecting individuals from
mandates in the new federal health-care law.
WASHINGTON - The House's chief Democratic head-counter said
Sunday that he hadn't rounded up enough votes to pass President
Obama's health-care overhaul heading into a make-or-break week,
even as the White House's top political adviser said he was
"absolutely confident" in its prospects.