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Federal Trade Commission staff has issued a policy paper suggesting that state legislators should be cautious when evaluating proposals to limit the scope of practice of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses .
About 40 insurance enrollment events were planned for Saturday around the state, with scores more scheduled before a March 31 deadline set by President Barack Obama's health care law for most Americans to have health insurance.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- With Missouri apparently lagging behind in health insurance sign-ups, advocates are launching a concerted push this weekend to enroll people through a federally run insurance website before an impending deadline.
The new health insurance marketplaces appear to be making little headway in signing up Americans who lack insurance, the Affordable Care Act's central goal, according to a pair of new surveys.
According to a recent article in the New York Times , the state has lost 26 hospitals in the past two decades.
This study was a collaborative project between Genetic Technologies Limited and Archimedes Inc. of San Francisco, a healthcare modeling and analytics organization.
With less than a month left for Americans to enroll in insurance plans under President Obama's health care overhaul, companies like H&R Block and Jackson Hewitt Tax Service may be the administration's secret weapon in getting people to sign up.
Gov. Corbett has backed off his insistence that a work-search requirement be included in any expansion of Medicaid coverage to hundreds of thousands of uninsured Pennsylvanians, lowering a major stumbling block for approval of his proposal.
In a closer vote than expected, the Los Angeles City Council today voted not to carve-out an exception for bars in that city's new ban on public vaping .
Drug companies spent $97.5 million marketing pharmaceuticals in the District of Columbia in 2012, with $30.5 million of that spending taking the form of payments and gifts to physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare providers, according to a report by researchers at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services .
Curtain University professor of health policy Mike Daube responds to Crikey politics editor Bernard Keane's defence of the alcohol industry's DrinkWise campaign.
The White House took the rare step of naming more than a dozen Democrats it worked "in close consultation" with ahead of a Wednesday announcement about changes to the Affordable Care Act.
The unprecedented event is part of the campaign's "Countdown to Coverage," a broad effort that includes media, national Latino organizations and community partners to engage Latinos about the Affordable Care Act during the last month of open enrollment.
The Obama administration is preparing to announce that Americans who want to keep their old health plans may do so for at least one year longer than they expected, even if the policies don't comply with law, according to insurance industry officials familiar with the latest rewrite of federal health-care rules.