Governor Lee Defends Medicaid Block Grant Program

According To The U.S. Census, More Than 836,000 People In Tennessee Do Not Have Health Insurance. Despite Some Pushback From The New Administration, Governor Lee Is Hopeful That The Medicaid Block Grant Waiver Program Will Remain In Place And Will Allow More People To Get The Insurance They Need.

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Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud – June 4, 2021 News Break

1) Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
2) Tennessee’s Lawmakers Celebrate Permitless Carry As It Becomes Law
3) Nashville Approves Sales Tax Increase For Downtown District

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Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud

The Federal Government Has Joined Tennessee In A Lawsuit Against Nashville-Based Avalon Hospice, The State’s Largest Hospice Company. The Suit Claims That The Company Filed False Medicare And Medicaid Claims For Patients Who Were Not Eligible For The Benefits.

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Tips On Dealing With Home And Auto Damage After March Storms

The Tennessee Department Of Commerce And Insurance (TDCI) Has Shared Important Consumer Information About Filing Insurance Claims, Hiring contractors For Home Repairs, Home Safety And Avoiding Scams For Tennesseans Who may Have Sustained Home Or Auto Damage From The Tragic Storms That Swept Across Tennessee.

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County Commissioner Advocates For Restoration Of Discretionary Funds To Aid Overlooked Organizations In Helping The Homeless

Mackey Advocates For Discretionary Funds That Would Allow Commissioners To Grant Monetary Rewards To Organizations Within Their Districts That Are In Need Of Financial Help In Providing Services To The Homeless.

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Hamilton County Aids Homeless To Receive Federal Insurance

Hamilton County Commission hears a resolution to continue a lease agreement for space to be utilized by the Health Department to assist homeless individuals in obtaining insurance through a federal exchange.

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