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CVS And IBM's Watson Cloud Pursue Ways To Predict Patient Health - Forbes

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CVS And IBM's Watson Cloud Pursue Ways To Predict Patient Health
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Through better technology, health care companies are trying to provide doctors with fast and simple access to health information via electronic medical records and claims data from pharmacies and insurers. It's also an important development as the ...
CVS Health Taps IBM's Watson To Predict Patient Health Decline Before It HappensTechCrunch
IBM Watson wants to give you health advice from your local CVSMashable
CVS, IBM partner for technology-based health careUSA TODAY
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IBM Watson Health now counts CVS Health as a partner - Fortune

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IBM Watson Health now counts CVS Health as a partner
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The goal of the partnership is to make Watson's number-crunching technology available for healthcare professionals working at CVS Health, which operates roughly 7,800 drugstores. Ultimately, CVS Health wants to use Watson to analyze patient data and ...

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$1 of every $5 spent in US will be on health care - CNBC

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$1 of every $5 spent in US will be on health care
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Nearly $1 in every $5 spent in the United States by 2024 will be on health care, according to a government projection released Tuesday, forecasting a quickening of the health inflation rate. Nonetheless, that rate still falls well short of the sharply ...
How to Think About Higher Growth in Health-Care SpendingWall Street Journal (blog)
Health Spending Forecast: No Drastic Rise, but Slowdown Seems OverNew York Times
Medicare Changed Health Care in America for the BetterU.S. News & World Report
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Obamacare Contraception Mandate Causes Christian College To End Student Health ... - Daily Caller

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Obamacare Contraception Mandate Causes Christian College To End Student Health ...
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Officials at the evangelical Christian liberal arts college in the suburbs west of Chicago made the decision because they refuse — for religious reasons — to abide by the contraception provisions mandated under the Affordable Care Act, reports Crain ...
Wheaton College ends student health plans over birth controlUSA TODAY
Wheaton College ends student health insurance, citing Obamacare mandateCrain's Chicago Business
Wheaton College ends coverage amid fight against birth control mandateChicago Tribune

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Geospatial Mapping Confirms The Stress Of Urban Blight And Other Public Health ... - Forbes

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Geospatial Mapping Confirms The Stress Of Urban Blight And Other Public Health ...
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Some people have focused on the underlying health of Americans as a big part of the problem. Hey, if we all stopped smoking, drinking, eating foods that are unhealthy, and got off the couch other than to run to the refrigerator between time outs, then ...


$30 Million Program to Help Low-Income New Yorkers Get Mental Health Care - New York Times

New York Times

$30 Million Program to Help Low-Income New Yorkers Get Mental Health Care
New York Times
New York is set to begin a $30 million program aimed at providing mental health services to low-income residents with little or no access to care. The program, Connections to Care, will tap existing community organizations that reach low-income ...

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Health department ends Planned Parenthood investigation - Indianapolis Star

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Health department ends Planned Parenthood investigation
Indianapolis Star
The Indiana State Department of Health said it closed its investigation of local Planned Parenthood abortion centers this week, finding them to be in compliance with state regulations. Republican Gov. Mike Pence had called for the investigation earlier ...
Mitch McConnell Says 'Women's Health' Five Times In Attempt To Defund Planned ...Huffington Post
Planned Parenthood attack is a manufactured crisis for women's health careThe Seattle Times

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The Faces of Health Care: Joanne W. - The White House (blog)

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The Faces of Health Care: Joanne W.
The White House (blog)
After being on disability with no other health insurance, Joanne went in for a free annual wellness check once she had Medicare. At that very check they detected early caratoid artery stenosis -- a condition that has no early symptoms, but if not ...


Cerner Wins Bid to Redo Health Data - New York Times

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Cerner Wins Bid to Redo Health Data
New York Times
In recent years, hospitals and physicians' offices across the country, spurred by a $30 billion incentive payment program included in the 2009 economic stimulus bill, have raced to meet deadlines for installing some sort of electronic health record ...
Pentagon Awards $4.3 Billion Contract to Modernize Health RecordsWall Street Journal
Cerner wins $4.3 billion DoD contract to overhaul electronic health recordsWashington Post
UPDATED: Leidos Wins Massive Pentagon Health Care Records ContractNextgov

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Health law's nonprofit insurance co-ops awash in red ink - U.S. News & World Report

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Health law's nonprofit insurance co-ops awash in red ink
U.S. News & World Report
FILE - In this March 23, 2010, file photo, President Barack Obama reaches for a pen to sign the health care bill in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Nonprofit co-ops, the health care law's public-spirited alternative to mega insurers ...
Gov't finds health law co-ops awash in red inkAOL News
Audit: Health law's nonprofit insurance co-ops awash in red inkWLWT Cincinnati

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