Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced Wednesday that Dr. Jorge Burgos of North Las Vegas has been placed Burgos on a federal exclusion list that bars him from treating patients on government supported health care.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will convene the Governor’s Opioid State Action Accountability Taskforce on Monday to hear updates from state and federal agencies combating the opioid crisis in Nevada.
A bipartisan bill to extend funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program was filed in the Senate ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline to keep federal dollars flowing to states for health care that covers 8.9 million children nationally, including 25,000 in Nevada.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has joined with nine other governors in asking the U.S. Senate leadership to reject the latest proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act.
The recent decision by Southwest Medical Associates to stop covering traditional Medicare patients in Southern Nevada makes 66-year-old Anne Zarate sick to her stomach.
A last-ditch Republican bill to repeal Obamacare was still short of GOP votes Monday and faced increased opposition from Democrats like Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who said the legislation would take Nevada “backwards.”
A new network of high-speed internet connections to 14 Nevada hospitals aims to narrow the state’s rural-urban health-care gap that is largely blamed on a shortage of doctors.
Several health events are scheduled throughout the valley this week.
The revolution kicked off by the founders of Eve’s Garden, Good Vibrations and other women-friendly adult stores of the ’70s continues today.
LIBERTY Dental Plan of Nevada will be the provider for dental Medicaid coverage in Clark and Washoe counties in 2018, the company announced Tuesday.