AG Healey Warns Providers Against Charging For Opioid Addiction Treatment

Attorney General Maura Healey has sent a letter to doctors who provide addiction treatment services through the state’s Medicaid program, MassHealth, warning them against unlawfully charging people struggling with opioid addiction and vowed to take immediate and aggressive action against those who try to illegally profit off of vulnerable patients in Massachusetts.

Baker Outlines Health Care Ideas In Testimony To US Senate Panel

Gov. Charlie Baker, in a significant moment for the moderate Republican on the national stage, will testify Thursday before senators in Washington where, based on his written testimony, he plans to admonish the tenor of the debate over health care and urge a minimum two-year extension of premium cost sharing reduction payments worth millions of dollars to health insurers and residents in Massachusetts.