A certified nurse midwife at St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center uses a heartbeat rate detection instrument on Trista Whitaker, who was 36 weeks pregnant in this 2015 photo. Prenatal care might be stripped from insurance-coverage requirements under GOP changes to the Affordable Care Act, and it is not required for insurance plans in Idaho.
A certified nurse midwife at St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center uses a heartbeat rate detection instrument on Trista Whitaker, who was 36 weeks pregnant in this 2015 photo. Prenatal care might be stripped from insurance-coverage requirements under GOP changes to the Affordable Care Act, and it is not required for insurance plans in Idaho. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
A certified nurse midwife at St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center uses a heartbeat rate detection instrument on Trista Whitaker, who was 36 weeks pregnant in this 2015 photo. Prenatal care might be stripped from insurance-coverage requirements under GOP changes to the Affordable Care Act, and it is not required for insurance plans in Idaho. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Failed health care overhaul could have cost Idahoans some insurance benefits

March 24, 2017 03:03 PM