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Texas Hopes to Attract More Mental Health Care Workers - Texas Tribune

Texas Tribune

Texas Hopes to Attract More Mental Health Care Workers
Texas Tribune
Desperate to attract mental health care workers, clinics in rural and other underserved parts of Texas have gotten creative in their hiring tactics — touting benefits like fresh air and low crime rates. Soon the state of Texas will offer another ...
Zumbro Valley Mental Health earns MN "Health Care Home" certificationPost-Bulletin
UT Health NE providers merge mental health care, primary careTyler Morning Telegraph

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Obamacare improves health care in state, but could be better - The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times

Obamacare improves health care in state, but could be better
The Seattle Times
At its core, Obamacare has one main goal: delivering affordable health care to most Americans. And now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of one of its key provisions, the health-care overhaul should continue working toward that goal — at ...
Editorial: Health care act stands but it could be tallerPoughkeepsie Journal
ACA's prevention measures aren't enough to move needle on healthPhilly.com

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Transgender health care a maze of difficulty, technicalities - Washington Times

Washington Times

Transgender health care a maze of difficulty, technicalities
Washington Times
An estimated 700,000 transgender people live in the U.S. As public awareness of this population grows, spurred by such high-profile stories as that of Bruce Jenner's transition to Caitlyn, it's become clear that health insurance coverage for ...

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Indiana's Medicaid experiment offers a conservative take on health reform - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Indiana's Medicaid experiment offers a conservative take on health reform
Los Angeles Times
Linda Joyner, at 64, just got health coverage. Uninsured for years, the former waitress signed up for Medicaid after Indiana expanded its program through the Affordable Care Act. But unlike millions of low-income Americans who've enrolled in the ...

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In Health Law, a Boon for Diet Clinics - New York Times

New York Times

In Health Law, a Boon for Diet Clinics
New York Times
In 2013, the American Medical Association classified obesity — defined as having a body mass index of 30 or higher — as a disease, and solving the obesity epidemic came to be viewed as one of the nation's most pressing public health challenges ...

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Interfaith expands dental, behavioral health in Bellingham - The Bellingham Herald

Interfaith expands dental, behavioral health in Bellingham
The Bellingham Herald
Interfaith provides dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services, along with primary care, regardless of patients' ability to pay or insurance status. It has clinics in Bellingham, Ferndale and Point Roberts, and serves more than 16,000 adults and ...


Other Related Content: - The Idaho Statesman

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The Idaho Statesman
I have always been fascinated with the work of local, state and national public health organizations, ever since reporting in Minnesota years ago on subjects like toxic shock syndrome and grave illnesses experienced nationwide linked to a tainted ...

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Insurers choose partners, and dance floor shrinks - CNBC

CNBC

Insurers choose partners, and dance floor shrinks
CNBC
Four of the largest U.S. insurers will combine to form two health care powerhouses, and the competition may spur more mergers among smaller players. "The effect is going to be very specific to markets," said Christopher Koller, the president of the ...
Aetna-Humana Merger Marks Sway of Health-Care LawWall Street Journal
Aetna to buy rival health insurer Humana for $37 billionCNNMoney
Aetna Announces $37 Billion Merger With Health Insurance Rival HumanaNPR
Savannah Morning News -U.S. News & World Report
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Measuring Your Financial Health Beyond The Credit Score - TechCrunch

TechCrunch

Measuring Your Financial Health Beyond The Credit Score
TechCrunch
The credit score has become a ubiquitous way to assess someone's credit-worthiness. It is used in a host of underwriting decisions and background checks, from mortgages to auto to business loans, apartment rentals and even employment candidacy.


Health Insurance Companies Seek Big Rate Increases for 2016 - New York Times

New York Times

Health Insurance Companies Seek Big Rate Increases for 2016
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Health insurance companies around the country are seeking rate increases of 20 percent to 40 percent or more, saying their new customers under the Affordable Care Act turned out to be sicker than expected. Federal officials say they are ...
Health Insurers Seek 54% Obamacare Rate HikesNewsmax

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