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Choice, competition and Obamacare - Newnan Times-Herald
Choice, competition and Obamacare
Newnan Times-Herald
Remember how President Obama said, ?If you like your health care, you can keep it?? As it turns out, that wasn't true. ?Call it the stupidity of the American voter? that the Obama Administration was able to deceive about so many aspects of the law. I received a ...

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Mexico escalating the fight against breast cancer - Medical Xpress
Mexico escalating the fight against breast cancer
Medical Xpress
The universal health care initiative, launched in 2003 and largely powered by Harvard research, is funded with less than 1 percent of the country's GDP. It has gradually expanded to cover a range of catastrophic illnesses. Breast cancer, with its fast-rising ...



Kan. Hospitals Say Feds Willing To Negotiate On Medicaid Expansion - Salina Post
Kan. Hospitals Say Feds Willing To Negotiate On Medicaid Expansion
Salina Post
Mike Pence calls ?the first-ever consumer-driven health care plan for a low-income population.? The plan requires low-income adults with annual incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ? $16,105 for individuals and $32,913 for a family of four ...

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Some Things Go Together - Watchdog.org
Some Things Go Together
Watchdog.org
An article published in the Star-Telegram describes how a doctor and nurse worked together to defraud Medicare of millions of dollars. The story reports that a health care services company recruited Medicare beneficiaries and used accomplices to prepare ...



Insurance Choices Dwindle In Rural California As Blue Shield Pulls Back - New...
Insurance Choices Dwindle In Rural California As Blue Shield Pulls Back
New England Public Radio
In addition to Anthem, Blue Shield of California used to sell policies to individuals in every county in the states, according to the Department of Managed Health Care, one of California's two teams of health insurance regulators. But by 2014's open enrollment ...

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Panel recommending changes to military health care, benefits - NewsOK.com
Panel recommending changes to military health care, benefits
NewsOK.com
U.S. officials say an independent commission is recommending broad changes to the military's retirement and health care systems that could save more than $20 billion over the next four years. Graham told military leaders during a hearing that "we need to ...

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Poll: Most Say Restore Health Aid If Court Kills Subsidies - Yeshiva World News
Yeshiva World News

Poll: Most Say Restore Health Aid If Court Kills Subsidies
Yeshiva World News
Overall, the 2010 revamping of the nation's health care system remains broadly unpopular, according to the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation's survey. The public disapproves of the law by 46 percent to 40 percent, with most Democrats supporting and ...

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HHS: Hospital Care Much Safer Now - Managed Care magazine
HHS: Hospital Care Much Safer Now
Managed Care magazine
Safer hospitals also save money: HHS estimates that the decrease in the hospital-acquired conditions snipped $12 billion off the nation's health care bill. The largest single money saver was avoidance of pressure ulcers, which HHS figured was worth a total ...



Clear and concise communication essential to quality patient care in ED - New...
Clear and concise communication essential to quality patient care in ED
News-Medical.net
"Many health-care professionals who gravitate to the ED have similar personality traits that draw them to this chaotic and stimulating environment but we've found the clinicians who succeed at providing the best care for their patients seem to also possess ...



Healing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo - The Week Magazine
The Week Magazine

Healing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The Week Magazine
Photographer Monique Jaques visited a number of medical sites after speaking with health care officials in Goma, the eastern capital of DRC. She spent several days at each location, getting to know the doctors, meeting with patients, and documenting health ...




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