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Wash. Health Care Exchange Glitches A Mystery, Official Says - Insurance News...
Wash. Health Care Exchange Glitches A Mystery, Official Says
Insurance News Net
July 29 -- OLYMPIA -- Thousands of customers of Washington's health care exchange have problems with the new medical insurance they've purchased this year, problems the state agency hopes to have fixed by the end of August. Sometimes they pay for ...

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WellCare And NCQA Partner To Provide Discount To Georgia Health Care ... - Ma...
WellCare And NCQA Partner To Provide Discount To Georgia Health Care ...
MarketWatch
(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) -- TAMPA, Fla. (July 29, 2014) - WellCare Health Plans, Inc. (NYSE:WCG) and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) have partnered to provide a discount to health care practices in Georgia that seek ...



Porter Health Care System Offers Free Legs for Life Screening Program - LaPor...
Porter Health Care System Offers Free Legs for Life Screening Program
LaPorteCountyLife.com
Porter-New-Hospital-Coming-Soon To help patients uncover their risk for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), Porter Health Care System offers a free national screening program called Legs for Life at Porter Regional Hospital located at 85 East US Highway 6 in ...

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House, Senate Negotiators Reach Deal To Address VA Wait Times - California He...
House, Senate Negotiators Reach Deal To Address VA Wait Times
California Healthline
House and Senate negotiators last month began working on a unified bill that would increase and improve veterans' access to health care following revelations that many veterans had faced long wait times at various VA health centers, which likely led to ...

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Seniors named to 'Who's Who' for lifetime achievements - The Tennessean
Seniors named to 'Who's Who' for lifetime achievements
The Tennessean
The Tennessee Health Care Association/Tennessee Center for Assisted Living has named two Gallatin Health Care Center residents to its annual Who's Who in Tennessee Long-term Care. Eleanor Ford was chosen as the first Mrs. Senior Tennessee in 1991 ...



The Kansas City Metropolitan Physician Association and ALR Technologies ... -...
The Kansas City Metropolitan Physician Association and ALR Technologies ...
Marketwired (press release)
The Mid-America Coalition on Health Care leverages the expertise, experience, and resources of its multi-disciplinary membership to promote the health and well being of current and future employees and their families in the greater Kansas City area.

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Geisinger pens deal with Aetna - Insurance News Net
Geisinger pens deal with Aetna
Insurance News Net
Aetna , which acquired Coventry Health Care in 2013, provides health benefits to more than a million Pennsylvania residents. Combined, the two insurers have between 20,000 and 40,000 commercial members across Northeast Pennsylvania , estimated Dan ...



VA: Did area doctor's acts constitute insurance fraud? - Montgomery Advertiser
VA: Did area doctor's acts constitute insurance fraud?
Montgomery Advertiser
After the medical inspector's initial report, further investigation found the pulmonologist at the Montgomery campus of Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System copied old information into patient records more than 1,200 times from 2011 to 2013, ...

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Vote for politicians who favor health-care reforms - Wyoming Tribune
Vote for politicians who favor health-care reforms
Wyoming Tribune
Vote for politicians who favor health-care reforms. From James A. Woodman Cheyenne It is not surprising that the mega-corporate takeover of America has extended to the very institutions that house many impaired or incapacitated elders and others. Formerly ...



Good news on health costs, but threats to Social Security and Medicare persis...
Good news on health costs, but threats to Social Security and Medicare persist ...
Christian Science Monitor
Other health-care experts note that the pace of cost growth has slowed globally during the same period. It could be that, in addition to cost-control efforts embedded in Obamacare, health-care providers are becoming more efficient at delivering care.

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