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Frieda Mumm - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Frieda Mumm
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
SIDNEY ? Frieda Anderson Mumm, 104, of Sidney passed away at 8:40 a.m. Friday (Dec. 19, 2014) at Heartland Health Care, Champaign. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23, at Freese Funeral Home, 202 W. Main St., Sidney, with Robin ...



Employers grapple with rising insurance premiums - Bend Bulletin
Bend Bulletin

Employers grapple with rising insurance premiums
Bend Bulletin
?People enrolled in a family plan were going to be paying almost $2,000 a month for their health care premium,? said manager Tiffany Fitting, noting that employees pay for dependents' costs and the company pays individual premiums. ?We knew that ...



Edumedics LLC to Expand Louisville Headquarters, Create 17 Jobs - SurfKY News
Edumedics LLC to Expand Louisville Headquarters, Create 17 Jobs
SurfKY News
"Another win for Kentucky's growing health care industry," said Gov. Beshear. "Louisville continues to be a world leader in lifelong wellness and aging care, and Edumedics' announcement only helps solidify that status. It's always exciting to see a home-grown ...



Affordable Care Act good for rural Kentucky families - The Courier-Journal
The Courier-Journal

Affordable Care Act good for rural Kentucky families
The Courier-Journal
That comes on top of the more than $3 billion the U.S. Department of Agriculture has invested since 2009 to strengthen health infrastructure in rural areas, build rural hospitals and health clinics, and expanded access to health care in remote areas through ...

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Healthy Oshkosh: Employee wellness can affect companies' bottom line - The Os...
The Oshkosh Northwestern

Healthy Oshkosh: Employee wellness can affect companies' bottom line
The Oshkosh Northwestern
With rising health care costs, companies are starting to realize the significance of employee wellness for the bottom-line. Corporate wellness programs can help lower health care costs, can create a sense of community and a healthier office culture, increase ...



Helene Julia (O'Brien) Heed - Glens Falls Post-Star
Helene Julia (O'Brien) Heed
Glens Falls Post-Star
HUDSON FALLS ? Helene Julia (O'Brien) Heed, 90, died peacefully Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, due to complications from Alzheimer's disease, at Fort Hudson Health Care Facility. In her death, she gave the gift of life by donating her body to Albany Medical ...



We deserve better than current Healthy Utah - Deseret News
Deseret News

We deserve better than current Healthy Utah
Deseret News
The reality of the current Medicaid program is that it would not pay health care providers as much as traditional private insurance plans, which Healthy Utah intends to provide to the expansion population. The better payments to doctors and hospitals provided ...

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Gov. Brownback Appoints Susan Mosier to lead KDHE - KSAL
KSAL

Gov. Brownback Appoints Susan Mosier to lead KDHE
KSAL
Mosier has been director of the Division of Health Care Finance since August and KDHE Medicaid Director since March 2012. She had previously owned Mosier Eye Care in Manhattan and served in the Kansas House from 2011 until she resigned in March ...

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Puget Sound VA pushing to hire, grow, retain staff - The Seattle Times
The Seattle Times

Puget Sound VA pushing to hire, grow, retain staff
The Seattle Times
The Puget Sound VA ? with major hubs in Seattle and American Lake and seven clinics around Western Washington ? ranks as one of the department's fastest-growing health-care networks. During the past year, the staff provided care for 97,000 patients, ...



Well on road to recovery - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Well on road to recovery
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Lapses by the VA Northern Indiana Health Care System have been chronicled frequently in The Journal Gazette ? and so have system upgrades. When the VA Fort Wayne Medical Center temporarily suspended inpatient care in October 2012, the reasons ...




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