Idaho Senator C. Scott Grow, a Republican from Eagle, has put forward Senate Bill 1159, requiring many more signatures to get an initiative on the ballot. Prop 2 for Medicaid expansion wouldn’t have succeeded.
DrugFree Idaho launched an anti-marijuana legalization campaign as Keep Idaho and the Office of Transparency. It’s a preemptive strike against legalizing medical or recreational weed. Are the billboards true?
The future of Safe Haven psychiatric hospital in Boise was in question as its owner went through bankruptcy. But it has been sold to Lifeways, a mental health and behavioral health nonprofit with local offices.
Saint Alphonsus in Idaho did not submit Medicare claims for most of 2018 and part of 2019 as it conducted a review of its billing systems. Patients learned of this through letters from Saint Alphonsus Medical Group.
Idaho lawmakers heard from Medicaid expansion advocates, opponents and people in the Medicaid gap during a Joint Health and Welfare hearing Friday. They voiced opinions that may shape the debate around Prop 2.
Ninja Division/Soda Pop Miniatures tells the Idaho and Washington attorney general offices what happened to its Kickstarter funded game, Super Dungeon Explore: Legends. The Idaho AG won’t take legal action.
The Idaho Supreme Court ruled Medicaid expansion legal. The court ruled against the Idaho Freedom Foundation in a lawsuit against ballot Proposition 2, expanding health insurance to Idaho’s Medicaid gap starting in 2020.
Saltzer Medical Group of Nampa is on track to be sold to BVA, the company of Treasure Valley developer Tommy Ahlquist. Saltzer once was owned by St. Luke’s, but it was sold in 2017 to a subsidiary of McKesson.
Idaho hospitals now display the prices for medical care on their websites. You can search costs of surgery, X-rays and other procedures. But health insurance, doctor fees and other factors affect how much you pay.
Career Education Corp., a for-profit education company accused of misleading almost 400 Idaho students, has agreed to pay them an average of more than $2,000 apiece. The settlement ends a years-long investigation.
Two deaths drowning in a manure pond, others squashed between vehicles — there's been an uptick in agricultural accidents. Dave Kearns, OSHA area director, talks about the need for safety training before tragedies happen.