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3 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Two community hospital systems in Worcester County are teaming up to tackle health insurers' demands to keep patients healthy.
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"Telling kids to not smoke pot is not a partisan attack on Justin Trudeau by Health Canada," Ambrose told a news conference Monday on the sidelines of the annual Canadian Medical Association meeting.
A national conference hosted by the University of Nebraska Medical Center on Sept.
Washington, DC, United States - As more Americans gain insurance under the federal health law, hospitals are rethinking their charity programs, with some scaling back help for those who could have signed up for coverage but didn't.
While some state marketplaces are adding insurance carriers -- and The Urban Institute calls Colorado's marketplace "very competitive" -- several plans will not be returning to Covered California.
Avik Roy, a senior fellow at the conservative Manhattan Institute, has released a new health care reform plan titled, " Transcending Obamacare ."
Drug costs increasingly pose a burden upon the otherwise inadequate health care resources and rational drug utilization is an important segment of every national health policy.
In the ongoing debate on health care policy, one of the primary goals is "bending the cost curve" - and for good reason.
A Labour Government will shift the focus of the health system from narrow targets and short term thinking to make public health and prevention a priority, Labour's health spokesperson Annette King says.
In health policy circles , experts often refer to three aims for a modern healthcare system - to offer universal access to high quality medical care at an affordable cost.
New Delhi, Aug. 13: The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and all states and Union territories to respond to a public interest plea that sought a directive to government hospitals and primary health units to prescribe generic drugs so that millions could access affordable healthcare.
A sign placed out on the 16th Street Mall, beckons people to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act on March 24, 2014.
What Medicaid Non-Expansion Costs States, Hospitals & People : The 24 states that did not expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act are losing enormous sums of money--as are their hospitals--and the decline in their numbers of uninsured are equally abysmal compared with states that expanded.
A Labour Government will restore the right of medical and dentistry students to get student loans after seven years of study because it is the right thing to do, Labour's Tertiary Education spokesperson Maryan Street says.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 09:58 pm
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