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Health Care Spending's Recent Surge Stirs Unease - New York Times

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Health Care Spending's Recent Surge Stirs Unease
New York Times
For years, because of structural changes in the health care delivery system and the deep economic downturn, the health care “cost curve” — as economists and policy makers call it — had bent. Health spending was growing no faster than spending on ...
Obamacare Triggers Jump in U.S. Consumers' Health-Care SpendingBloomberg
Missed the Obamacare deadline? Short-term health plan may be better than ...San Jose Mercury News
Obama on health care law: 'This thing is working'USA TODAY
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How to Run on Health Reform - New York Times

How to Run on Health Reform
New York Times
The Republican attack machine, fueled by millions of dollars from the Koch brothers, has Democrats so rattled about the health reform law that many don't want to talk about it. They're happy to run on equal pay for women, or a higher minimum wage, ...


Democrats Confront Vexing Politics Over the Health Care Law - New York Times

Democrats Confront Vexing Politics Over the Health Care Law
New York Times
But President Obama's Affordable Care Act, the $1.4 trillion effort to extend health insurance to all Americans, is challenging the traditional calculus about government benefits and political impact. Even as Mr. Obama announced that eight million ...

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Keeping your health information safe and secure - The Tennessean

Keeping your health information safe and secure
The Tennessean
That short sentence has sparked some of the most engaging social, economic, ethical and political conversations over the past few years, and the conversations keep on coming. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't attended a networking event ...

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Health Officials to Propose Tighter Monitoring of Water Tanks - New York Times

Health Officials to Propose Tighter Monitoring of Water Tanks
New York Times
In a reversal, New York City health officials are proposing stronger oversight of rooftop water tanks, which supply drinking water to millions of residents and workers each day but are often neglected by their owners. The city's Department of Health ...

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Clinton Files: Advisers pushed 'Health Care University,' crafted 'enemies' list - Fox News

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Clinton Files: Advisers pushed 'Health Care University,' crafted 'enemies' list
Fox News
Members of the Clinton administration were so vigorous about their push for health care reform in 1993 that they pushed the idea of launching a “Health Care University” – and even circulated an “enemies” list of those who opposed the overhaul. The ...
Shedding Light on Clinton's Health Overhaul FlopABC News
Different president, same problems: Vladimir Putin, health care reformCBS News

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Enrollments Exceed Obama's Target for Health Care Act - New York Times

Enrollments Exceed Obama's Target for Health Care Act
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Obama announced Thursday that eight million people have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, including what the White House said were a sufficient number of young, healthy adults, a critical milestone ...


SARS-Like MERS Virus Spreads Among Health Care Workers - ABC News

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SARS-Like MERS Virus Spreads Among Health Care Workers
ABC News
This month the World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 32 cases of the virus so far, including a cluster of 10 health care workers, all of whom worked with an infected patient who died on April 10. Nearly all the cases were located in the Middle ...

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Health care site flagged in Heartbleed review - Salt Lake Tribune

Health care site flagged in Heartbleed review
Salt Lake Tribune
Washington • People who have accounts on the enrollment website for President Barack Obama's signature health care law are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government's vulnerability to the confounding ...

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Price transparency stinks in health care. Here's how the industry wants to ... - Washington Post (blog)

Price transparency stinks in health care. Here's how the industry wants to ...
Washington Post (blog)
There's been much written in the past year about just how hard it is to get a simple price for a basic health-care procedure. The industry has heard the rumblings, and now it's responding. About two dozen industry stakeholders, including main lobbying ...

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