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7 min ago | The Washington Post
It's widely accepted as incontrovertible fact that the politics of health care this cycle are nothing but a disaster for Democrats.
7 min ago | The Washington Post
I'm just back from vacation in Europe, where, to judge from the political headlines coming out of the United States, this country had no greater care than which of its leaders would next be soaked in cold water.
4 hrs ago | Health Data Management
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced Aug. 28 that it will once again shut down the Open Payments System, a new database disclosing financial relationships between physicians and drug and device manufacturers.
California hospitals struggling to meet the federal government's public health reporting requirements, in advance of a looming deadline, have finally caught a break.
Pennsylvania won federal approval to expand its Medicaid program to nearly 500,000 low-income adults Thursday, becoming the ninth state led by a Republican governor to agree to expansion under the president's health care law.
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Documents confirm a hospital in Hamlet was placed on "immediate jeopardy" status because of alleged sexual assault there.
Deficit fetishists are going to have to change their script, as Medicare is turning out to be better and better news for the economy all the time.
Consumers deal with insurance deadline, site glitches Consumers deal with insurance deadline, site glitches Check out this story on WCNC.com: http://www.wcnc.com/story/news/local/2014/08/28/consumers-deal-with-insurance-deadline-site-glitches/14725829/ Hundreds of thousands of people risk losing their new health insurance policies if they don't ... (more)
Sandra Mercado, 71, broke bones in her ankle as workers tried to transfer her from a wheelchair to a bed.
Ben Thimmes was diagnosed with ALS in 2007. Like many other patients, he uses a speech generation device - or SGD - to help with a variety of daily tasks, things we take for granted like email and environmental controls.
A former Abington Memorial Hospital employee said she was terminated earlier this year as retaliation for her whistleblowing the alleged practice of submitting false claims for Medicare reimbursement, according to a lawsuit she filed at U.S. District Court in Philadelphia.
The Congressional Budget Office today released its periodic update to the federal government's spending and revenue projections.
I am author of the book "Caring for Our Parents" and resident fellow at The Urban Institute, where I am affiliated with the Tax Policy Center and the Program on Retirement Policy.
City of Mobile retirees petitioned the city council Monday, August 26, in hopes it would sway members to strike down Mayor Sandy Stimpson's health insurance proposal.
RECENTLY, talking to DLP senator John Madigan, Joe Hockey described himself as one of the most disliked people in the country.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 02:00 pm
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