2 hrs ago
KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Experts offer Obamacare tips
The deadline for people to sign up for health care as mandated by the Affordable Health Care Act is March 31. Mid-Missourians without a health care provider got the chance to learn more about their health insurance options during an open house event on Saturday.
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6 hrs ago
The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack measles outbreak prompts health warning
A measles outbreak in a Chilliwack school has Fraser Health's chief medical officer urging residents who may have been exposed to the virus not to travel during spring break.
10 hrs ago
Charleston Daily Mail
Mason County reports 3 overdose deaths in a week
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. - Mason County Sheriff Greg Powers says three drug overdose deaths have been reported this week in the county.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
How your company can bypass the health insurance companies
When it comes to providing health benefits to your employees, sometimes it pays to call the doctor instead of an insurance company.
Maimonides Medical Center v. First United American Life Ins. Co., 17935/11
For amicus curiae New York Health Plan Association, Inc.: Harold N. Iselin and Cynthia Neidl of counsel, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Albany, NY.
Albany Med, Ellis Medicine among tenants at $10M Glenville office building
Bill Socha, president of Socha Management Inc. in Glenville, NY, has signed several health care and retail tenants as he wraps up work on a new $10 million new commercial building.
NYU Researchers Find Majority of Latinas Are Unaware of Their Risk of Diabetes
Approximately 5.5 million Latinas suffer from elevated fasting plasma glucose and nearly 4 million of those women were never told by a healthcare provider they were at risk for diabetes, pre-diabetes, or were borderline for diabetes.
Take care of our veterans
The Republicans in Congress, as well as their counterparts in the state legislature, seem more interested on making President Obama look bad than in solving problems.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Netsmart Care Coordination Solution Provides Tampa Bay Area Residents ...
The Netsmart CareConnect a solution links vital referral services for the three separate organizations: Suncoast Center, Inc., an outpatient facility; Personal Enrichment through Mental Health Services , an inpatient facility and 2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares, Inc. , the local health and human service assistance hotline.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Motley Fool
3 Reasons Buffett Whiz Ted Weschler Likes DaVita HealthCare Partners
Warren Buffett has a team helping him find compelling long-term investments and one of those people is Ted Weschler; the person behind Berkshire's nearly 18% ownership stake in dialysis and health care provider company DaVita suffers from some level of chronic kidney disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
How to Handle a Medical Debt You Don't Owe
Recently released data from the National Health Interview Survey found that one in five Americans was in a family having problems paying medical bills.
Kaiser's investing lifts up earnings
The health care provider, which is investing roughly over a five-year period to expand its facilities statewide, said Monday it broke even with its operating income but ended in the black as its investments accounted for all of its earnings.
Xerox to Implement PatientPoint Technology to Improve Health Care
Xerox will train and support clinical staff in use of the PatientPoint software to help shorten the learning curve and ensure proficiency.
Screening can prevent colorectal cancer
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and St. John Providence Health is taking the opportunity to remind men and women to speak with their health care provider about getting screened.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
St. Cloud Times
3-month Minnesota campaign warns against drinking during pregnancy
One alcoholic drink is one too many for someone who is pregnant, according to a billboard along Division Street in St. Cloud.
'Cursory Services' May Be 'Worthless Services' Under False Claims Act
A recent federal court decision allowed the federal government to proceed with a False Claims Act case involving an allegation that a health care provider's "services were so cursory that they were worthless."
Nova News Now
MediBus update and access to test results
Thank you for your patience and support while MediBus negotiates with the Department of Health And Wellness for a more permanent solution to the delivery of mobile rural health care.
Healthcare Costs Go Viral
It's a national epidemic finally getting some long overdue attention. To put rising costs in perspective, a dozen oranges today would cost $134 if adjusted at the same rate of price inflation that we've seen in healthcare since 1945.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Other Florida bills of note
Most won't make it through committee. Here's just a few of the bills that are not in the spotlight.
The Washington Post
Getting serious about sex education
According to the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States , the federal government has spent millions of dollars over several decades promoting abstinence-only sex education even though they "rarely provide information on even the most basic topics in human sexuality such as puberty, reproductive anatomy, and sexual health, ... (more)