Though nine million kids across the U.S. get their health insurance through CHIP, Congress let the program expire Sept. 30. Since then, states have been burning through the cash that remains in their CHIP accounts, and parents, doctors and state officials are wondering if Congress will save what has traditionally been a popular program with strong bipartisan support

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There are at least seven different replacement plans that Republican legislators and conservative think tanks have offered in recent years.

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Most federal insurance cooperatives are losing money and could have difficulty repaying millions of dollars in federal loans, prompting the Obama administration to step up supervision of the carriers

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State-run health insurance markets are struggling with high costs and disappointing enrollment, challenges that could lead more of them to turn over operations to the federal government or join forces with other states

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How do people use, misuse or abuse Hipaa, the federal regulations protecting patients’ confidential health information?

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The tax accountant turned insurance agent says he found a legal, risk-free way to work around his state’s refusal to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act

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23% of respondents to a new survey were underinsured, in part due to rising deductibles

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About 6 million Americans with workplace coverage in 2014 received their health insurance through privately run health insurance exchanges

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