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Health Care Enrollment Appears to Be Near Goal - New York Times

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Health Care Enrollment Appears to Be Near Goal
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Tuesday that 9.5 million people had signed up to receive health coverage through public marketplaces in 2015, with less than a month to go before the enrollment deadline. At first glance, the report suggests ...
Obama Administration on Track to Surpass Health Care GoalABC News
US announces plan to ration health care under MedicareWorld Socialist Web Site

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Continued Assaults on Health Reform - New York Times

Continued Assaults on Health Reform
New York Times
Like other attempts to weaken health care reform, the bill, named the Save American Workers Act, is based on false premises and offers false promises. But its bipartisan patina makes it a threat, as do the catchy if misleading assertions of its ...


Graying America, Health-Care Overhaul Boosts Medical Properties - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Graying America, Health-Care Overhaul Boosts Medical Properties
Wall Street Journal
Investors are pouring money into buying and developing senior housing, medical-office buildings and other health-care-related properties, a class of commercial real estate that has been outperforming almost all others since the recession. The country's ...

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Crist: Daughter is 'obsessed' with her health - The Coloradoan

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Crist: Daughter is 'obsessed' with her health
The Coloradoan
Mother: The issue I have with my daughter is that she is obsessive about what she eats, her weight and her overall health. She won't eat anything that she feels is unhealthy, and she worries about her weight all the time. She belongs to a gym and she ...


The Secret to Taming Health-Care Costs - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

The Secret to Taming Health-Care Costs
Wall Street Journal
Monday's report from the Congressional Budget Office on the country's long-term economic outlook underscores what budget experts have long known: The rising cost of health care is the single largest driver of the gloomy long-term fiscal outlook for the ...
Budget Office Slashes Estimated Cost of Health CoverageNew York Times
The Health Care Budget: Four Things to KnowTexas Tribune
Florida lawmakers must act soon on health care coverage for working poorBradenton Herald
Williamsburg Yorktown Daily
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Conservative Think Tank: 10 Countries With Universal Health Care Have Freer ... - Forbes

Conservative Think Tank: 10 Countries With Universal Health Care Have Freer ...
Forbes
Many American conservatives oppose universal health insurance because they see it as fundamentally antithetical to a free society. “If we persevere in our quixotic quest for a fetishized medical equality we will sacrifice personal freedom as its price ...


National Health Costs Could Decrease if Managers Reduce Work Stress - Working Knowledge

National Health Costs Could Decrease if Managers Reduce Work Stress
Working Knowledge
"We have this body of research that shows workplace stress is very bad for health, and we have this other information that says our health costs are way above that of other countries," says Joel Goh, Harvard Business School assistant professor of ...

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Report rips California's oversight of mental health initiative - Sacramento Bee

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Report rips California's oversight of mental health initiative
Sacramento Bee
In a letter accompanying the report, commission Chairman Pedro Nava pointed to “overlapping and sometimes unaccountable bureaucracies” and to a panel – the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission – that “still lacks teeth.” ...
California Fails To Track $13 Billion In Mental Health Funds 10 Years After ...CBS Local
State fails to track billions in mental health fundsTBO.com

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Arnot Health to open 4th walk-in clinic - Elmira Star-Gazette

Elmira Star-Gazette

Arnot Health to open 4th walk-in clinic
Elmira Star-Gazette
The clinics fill an important niche in patient care, said Dustin Hewit, Arnot Health senior director of marketing, communications and public affairs. “Part of the reason to make walk-in care more accessible is to give people an after-hours alternative ...


Surgeon's Death Spurs Painful Debate On Docs As 'Face Of Health Care System' - WBUR

WBUR

Surgeon's Death Spurs Painful Debate On Docs As 'Face Of Health Care System'
WBUR
In the case of Dr. Fielding's post, that unfiltered view reveals not only deep pain at a distinguished colleague's death but also a far broader discomfort with serving, as one commenter puts it, as “the face of the health care system” — a system that ...