Healthcare Law Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Simplify and standardize health insurance plans, advise CMU behavioral economistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Choosing a health insurance plan - whether through an employer, the Affordable Care Act or Medicare - is complicated and stressful and often leads to consumers making costly mistakes. In a new NEJM Catalyst paper , Carnegie Mellon University behavioral economists George Loewenstein and Saurabh Bhargava argue that the best way to address the problems caused by health plan complexity is to simplify and standardize the plans.

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  2. Paul Berger: What happened to the American Dream?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Union

    We pretended to be our favorite TV stars, baseball players and cowboys. We acted out our fantasies with sticks, rocks and anything we could get our hands on.

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  3. To ID or not to ID?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Decatur Daily

    Every election cycle we must endure challenges and allegations about fraud and discrimination when it comes to voter ID laws. This year is no different.

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  4. Governor's tax proposal makes matters worseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ParsonsSun.com

    We need to set the record straight regarding Gov. Sam Brownback's plan to tax hospitals.

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  5. Three causes of high legal fees: Perfectionism isn't the only challengeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Law Firm Business Development

    ... it is now overwhelming. In 1976, when I left law school, there really was no environmental law. There was no healthcare law, no ERISA, and no significant practice in various other areas. Now there are departments in each of the major law firms to ...

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  6. Children under Obama's knifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Examiner

    Five states, a Catholic hospital network, and two medical associations have sued the Obama administration in federal court to stop a rule that would force doctors to act against their medical and ethical judgment. President Obama's new rule is on the social issue du jour: transgenderism.

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    Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Tri-City Medical Center and UC San Diego Health on Tuesday finalized a partnership that's already increasing the breadth of specialty surgeries available in coastal North County. But experts said it remains to be seen whether this collaboration will help the community hospital in Oceanside improve its scores for quality, which usually are not in the top tier and recently took a hit with a low rating from Medicare.

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  8. Will vaping vaporize? Shops react to new rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times

    Sinbad Vapors employee Zach Shoemaker fills a mod with e- juice at the downtown Ottawa business Wednesday. The Federal Drug Administration started regulating vape shops Aug. 8. Sinbad Vapors employee Zach Shoemaker fills a mod with e- juice at the downtown Ottawa business Wednesday.

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  9. States file another lawsuit over Obama transgender rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Texas and four other Republican-led states filed another lawsuit Tuesday seeking to roll back the Obama administration's efforts to strengthen transgender rights, saying new federal nondiscrimination health rules could force doctors to act contrary to their medical judgment or religious beliefs. The lawsuit is the second this summer in which conservative states have sued over recent moves by federal officials that amount to a defense of transgender persons in U.S. public schools and the health care system.

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  10. Light TherapyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Free Dictionary

    Light therapy is a common treatment for a variety of conditions, from auto-immune disorders including psoriasis and eczema, to wound healing, to depression and seasonal affective disorder , to circadian rhythm sleep disorders Light therapy or phototherapy consists of exposure to daylight or to specific wavelengths of light using polychromatic polarised light, lasers , light-emitting diodes , fluorescent lamps , dichroic lamps or very bright, full-spectrum light, usually controlled with various devices. The light is administered for a prescribed amount of time and, in some cases, at a specific time of day.

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  11. Patent Monopolies Driving High U.S. Drug Prices: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HON

    Prescription drug prices are skyrocketing in the United States due in large part to government regulations, a new analysis finds. These regulations allow drug manufacturers to charge monopolistic prices that aren't opposed by competing market forces, the researchers believe.

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  12. In Focus BlogMississippi Doctors Want Medicaid Expansion, but Don't Call it ThatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The American Journal of Managed Care

    Governor Phil Bryant's opposition to expansion contrasts with his public support for other healthcare initiatives, such as a new diabetes research center and telehealth research. Mississippi has long been the nation's poorest state and one of its least healthy, and it can ill afford to lose places where people can go for medical care.

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  13. Botox trial delayed; judge grants continuanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Brownsville Herald

    It will be more than three years since her arrest by the time the trial begins for a Brownsville woman accused of allegedly injecting victims with liquid silicone. Last minute expert documents obtained by the state Monday night led District Judge Noe Gonzalez to grant defense attorney O. Rene Flores' motion for a 60-day continuance Tuesday to review the documents.

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  14. Cal Thomas: To Id or not to Id?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MDJonline.com

    Every election cycle we must endure challenges and allegations about fraud and discrimination when it comes to voter ID laws.

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  15. Money woes follow Medicaid probe for drug labRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Bennington Banner

    A sign at Burlington Labs in Burlington. The Burlington-based chain of drug-testing labs that has been a key player in Vermont's battle against opiate addiction is being investigated in a case that could bring the largest penalty for Medicaid fraud in state history, a state official has confirmed.

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  16. Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Begins U.S. Shipments Of Ethyol (amifostine) For Oncology Patient SupportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Freshnews

    Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc. , a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development of innovative treatments for underserved patient populations, will begin distributing Ethyol for injection to U.S. wholesalers today. Ethyol is an FDA approved cytoprotective drug indicated to reduce the incidence of xerostomia in patients undergoing post-operative radiation treatment for head and neck cancer.

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  17. The Latest: Governor pushes lawmakers to pass lottery billRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has urged lawmakers to keep working on lottery legislation even though they missed a deadline to get the measure before voters in November. Bentley said Tuesday that the bill was not dead.

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  18. Lottery bill stalls in House, won't make it on Nov. 8 ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Citizen News

    A proposed state lottery will not be on the November ballot after opponents used a procedural rule to block a House committee vote Tuesday. Although the bill is still alive in the ongoing special session, the legislative stumbling block dashes hopes of getting a lottery proposal before voters during the November election, a race guaranteed to bring large voter turnout because of the presidential race.

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  19. Murray: New addiction-treatment law won't work without funding - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    U.S. Senator Patty Murray visited Spokane's opioid treatment program Tuesday to push for $920 million in federal funding to fight heroin and prescription drug abuse. The visit comes after President Barack Obama signed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, or CARA, into law July 22. U.S. Senator Patty Murray visited Spokane's opioid treatment program Tuesday to push for $920 million in federal funding to fight heroin and prescription drug abuse.

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  20. Making an eXXXample of Californiaa s porn industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Diego CityBEAT

    California's November ballot will leave no stone unturned. Classrooms. Cigarettes.

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