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1. Officials Expect More People Directed to TennCare -

While Tennessee residents have been slow to buy health insurance through a new online exchange, state officials said Monday that the number of people being directed to the state’s expanded Medicaid program is higher than expected.

2. Officials Expect More People Directed to TennCare -

While Tennessee residents have been slow to buy health insurance through a new online exchange, state officials said Monday that the number of people being directed to the state's expanded Medicaid program is higher than expected.

3. AP Interview: Haslam Rules Out Layoffs in 1st Year -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Republican Gov.-elect Bill Haslam's plans for addressing Tennessee's budget problems do not include any immediate "wholesale cuts" of state employees.

Haslam, who takes office on Jan. 15, said in an interview with The Associated Press that he will try to find payroll savings by leaving more positions unfilled, rather than eliminating existing jobs.

4. Obama Plan May Allow TennCare Coverage of 200,000 -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – More than 200,000 additional people would be covered by the state’s expanded Medicaid program if the House version of President Barack Obama’s health care plan is signed into law, TennCare officials said Tuesday.

5. TennCare Using Federal Funds To Postpone Cuts -

NASHVILLE (AP) – TennCare officials said Thursday they will be able to use a federal refund of $121 million to postpone some cuts to the state’s expanded Medicaid program.

Last month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the state can keep some of the reimbursements it makes to the federal government to pay for prescription drug benefits.

6. BlueCross Report: $96M Loss on TennCare -

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee lost $96 million managing health care for TennCare enrollees in 2009 – more than double what the insurer expected to lose.

A records review by the Chattanooga Times Free Press shows BlueCross’ loss from managing TennCare in East Tennessee and West Tennessee is expected to grow to $135 million this year.

7. Federal Break May Spare Some TennCare Cuts -

NASHVILLE (AP) – TennCare officials say a federal agency’s decision could give the state $120 million and mitigate severe cuts to the state’s expanded Medicaid program.

TennCare director Darin Gordon told the Legislature’s TennCare Oversight Committee on Monday that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has said the state can keep some of the reimbursements it makes to the federal government to pay for prescription drug benefits.

8. Crimson Tide -

Twelve days into the new year, Gov. Phil Bredesen stood in the well of the state House in Nashville and talked about leading the nation in education reform.

Later this year, Bredesen will return to address legislators on a less lofty but more immediate topic – a pool of red ink in the state budget unprecedented at least since the Depression years of the 1930s. For more than a year and a half, Tennessee has failed to meet its monthly revenue projections.

9. TennCare Gets ExtensionOn Federal Waiver -      TennCare officials have been given another month to work on a federal waiver that would continue the state's expanded Medicaid program.
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10. Tick Bite is Far Cry From Brain Tumor Woes -

As Gov. Phil Bredesen - a multi-millionaire whose net worth some sources estimate at between $50 million and $150 million - made his trek Wednesday to the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for help with "flu-like" symptoms, people like Kim Fields of Millington struggled to survive.

11. Archived Article: Memos - Leonard I Randall H. Brown has been appointed chief financial officer for Allen & OHara Inc. He formerly was director of corporate finance for Promus Hotel Corp. A certified public accountant, Brown has bachelors degrees from the University of M...