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Ohio's ranking for public health emergency preparedness has risen by 9 percent since 2013 but still ranks below the national average, according to a new study from the non-profit Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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A new national county-level survey on health places Franklin County in the middle of the state's 88 counties, but shows much different outcomes nearby.  

 

A new study by the non-partisan Robert Wood Johnson Foundation shows child obesity remains a major health challenge in Ohio.  

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A new annual report by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation shows Ohio's current obesity rate is 33.8 percent, up from nearly 20 percent in the year 2000. 

Consumers who buy insurance through the Affordable Care Act markets may be pleasantly surprised this fall as average premiums are forecast to rise much less than in recent years.

The price of a 2019 policy sold on the ACA exchanges will increase less than 4 percent, according to an analysis of preliminary filings from insurers in all 50 states by ACASignups.net, a website and blog run by analyst Charles Gaba that tracks ACA enrollment and insurer participation.

And those insurers are expanding their offerings.

Delaware County is again ranked as the state's healthiest in the latest Robert Wood Johnson Foundation county-by-county study

A new study by the Trust for America's Health shows Ohio is ill-prepared for a potential healthcare emergency.

A new study shows Ohio and the U.S. are making progress in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from the health effects of natural disasters or other large scale emergencies.

Kasich Wants Some Medicaid Recipients To Pay More

Mar 30, 2016

Republican Governor John Kasich's administration is moving forward with plans to require more than 1 million low-income Ohioans to pay a new monthly cost for Medicaid or potentially lose coverage. 

The latest report by the non-profit Robert Wood Johnson foundation shows that for the second consecutive year, Delaware County is the healthiest county in Ohio.

Delaware County is the best in Ohio when it comes to its residents' health.

Ohio is ranked as one of the least-prepared states to handle an infectious disease outbreak in a  report by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

A new study finds the number of uninsured Columbus residents will decline under the Affordable Care Act.