Lawmakers expanded the state-run insurance to cover adult dental care in 2022, but a year later, patients struggle to find a dentist who will take them.
Karen Wentworth believed people should control their own deaths. Facing terminal cancer, she lived to define her own ending.
Overworked and understaffed, professionals who play a key role in Mainers’ health care fear for patients’ well-being, and their own.
A lifespan waiver could ensure people receive consistent care throughout their lives. But more needs to be done to make sure those services are available, advocates say.
The state is one of the most vaccinated in the country, but nursing home residents are far more updated for the latest shot than those who care for them.
From who gets to work on your car to whether foreign interests can invest in Maine referendum elections are expected to be on statewide ballots.
Maine hospitals see lower readmission penalties after regulators relax certain metrics during the pandemic
Ten Maine hospitals received fines this year, down from 12 in 2021.