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Two Americas on Health Care, and Danger of Further Division - New York Times

New York Times

Two Americas on Health Care, and Danger of Further Division
New York Times
For decades, the United States has had a fragmented health policy. States called the shots on major elements of how health care and health insurance were financed and regulated. The result: a hodgepodge of coverage and a wide variance in health.
Q&A: How will health care rulings affect those using Kentucky's insurance ...Lexington Herald Leader
How Your Health Insurance Company Can Still Screw You, Despite ObamacareHuffington Post
Herrera Beutler blasts health care law following rulingThe Columbian
The State
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Appeals Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health-Law Subsidies - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Appeals Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health-Law Subsidies
Wall Street Journal
A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down the subsidies available to some consumers who buy health coverage on insurance exchanges established by the federal government. WSJ's Brent Kendall joins Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero to discuss what this ...
Federal appeals courts issue contradictory rulings on health-law subsidiesWashington Post
An Ominous Health Care RulingNew York Times
Dueling Rulings: Courts Split on Health Law ClashABC News
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Key Question on Health-Law Subsidies: Were Plaintiffs Harmed? - Wall Street Journal

Key Question on Health-Law Subsidies: Were Plaintiffs Harmed?
Wall Street Journal
David Klemencic, a 54-year-old who owns a flooring retail business in West Virginia, says it would be a burden to buy health insurance even with a hefty federal subsidy. The federal government says Mr. Klemencic's beef isn't a financial one because he ...

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Late NC Lawmaker Buried, As His Health Bill Becomes Law - WFMY News 2

WFMY News 2

Late NC Lawmaker Buried, As His Health Bill Becomes Law
WFMY News 2
The law aims to protect health care employees who work near hazardous materials and chemotherapy drugs. It references antineoplastic agents, which might cause skin rashes, infertility, miscarriage, birth defects and some cancers, according to the ...

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How Apple and Google plan to reinvent health care - The Verge

How Apple and Google plan to reinvent health care
The Verge
The app became a gateway to a universe of digital health products. “I ended up buying a Fitbit, because that pairs with MyFitnessPal,” he says. “Turns out I don't hate running. I don't love it, but I can take it.” He added the Runkeeper app to log his ...

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Fictitious Applicants Able to Get US Health-Insurance Tax Credits - Wall Street Journal

Fictitious Applicants Able to Get US Health-Insurance Tax Credits
Wall Street Journal
Fictitious applicants who went on the federal exchange set up under the Affordable Care Act were able to fraudulently get approved for coverage and health-insurance tax credits, according to a new report. The exchange approved coverage for 11 ...
Undercover GAO investigators secure health care tax credits using fake ...Fort Worth Star Telegram
Undercover congressional investigators got subsidized health insurance using ...Minneapolis Star Tribune
Federal undercover investigation signs up fake applicants for ACA coverage ...Washington Post

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Health experts unveil new health plan - KSAT San Antonio

KSAT San Antonio

Health experts unveil new health plan
KSAT San Antonio
They presented the 2014 Community Health Improvement Plan on Wednesday morning at the TriPoint YMCA's Graham Center. The plan was compiled by members of the Health Collaborative and assesses public health, based on information from area ...


Health clinics expand into Anne Arundel - Baltimore Sun

Health clinics expand into Anne Arundel
Baltimore Sun
Chase Brexton Health Care announced Wednesday plans to open a health clinic in Anne Arundel County to fill the void left by the closing of People's Community Health Centers. The Chase Brexton clinic will open Friday at 791 Aquahart Road in Glen Burnie.

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Holistic Health Centers Offer Men One-Stop-Shop Experience - NY1

NY1

Holistic Health Centers Offer Men One-Stop-Shop Experience
NY1
Women's health centers are a common sight around the country, and for good reason, but now, there's a growing movement to create similar medical spaces for men, with two already open in the city. NY1's Erin Billups filed the following report. New York ...

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Some Governors Face Fallout Over Health Law Ruling - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Some Governors Face Fallout Over Health Law Ruling
Wall Street Journal
The prospect of millions of people losing federal tax credits they obtained under the health law places some governors and legislators in a tough spot in the run-up to this fall's elections. Some 36 states turned over the task of running the health law ...

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