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Audit finds MHIP did not review claims management

ANNAPOLIS — An audit of Maryland’s state-sponsored health insurance program shows its officials failed to obtain an independent review of the program’s automated claims management system and made payments to a vendor without a written contract. The legislative audit released ...

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Payments made to spur electronic health records

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland has made its first payments to medical providers and hospitals through the federal Medicaid Electronic Health Records Incentive Program. Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced Thursday that more than $2 million has been sent to the first group ...

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2012 mortgage delinquencies seen dropping sharply

NEW YORK  — If the U.S. economy does not suffer more setbacks, the rate of mortgage holders behind on their payments should decline significantly by the end of next year, according to credit reporting agency TransUnion. Mortgage delinquency rates — ...

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Late mortgage payments up in 3Q, 1st rise in years

NEW YORK — While lawmakers in Washington debated the debt ceiling and consumer confidence dropped, more homeowners in the U.S. were having a harder time making their mortgage payments. The rate that mortgage holders were late with their payments by ...

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The next front for ground-rent reforms

This week’s Court of Appeals decision invalidating one ground-rent reform opens the door for the next stage: a separate class action brought by ground lease holders who say another recent change has made their investments worthless. In April, Anne Arundel ...

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Week in review: 9/16/11

Rawlings-Blake wins primary Hours after easily winning Baltimore’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she plans to take aggressive strides in local economic development, including a restructuring of the Baltimore Development Corp. TIF payments fall short Baltimore officials this ...

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