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Income Inequality: It's Also Bad for Your Health - New York Times

New York Times

Income Inequality: It's Also Bad for Your Health
New York Times
A study from researchers at the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute examined a series of risk factors that help explain the health (or sickness) of counties in the United States. In addition to the suspects you might expect — a high ...
Study: Coshocton residents' health improvingCoshocton Tribune
County residents' health better, but improvement neededZanesville Times Recorder
In Our View: Health is WealthThe Columbian
Central Kentucky News -PennLive.com -Petoskey News-Review
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Pay for Performance Extends to Health Care in New York State Experiment - New York Times

Pay for Performance Extends to Health Care in New York State Experiment
New York Times
Now these doctors are in the vanguard of an experiment to transform New York State's health care services for the poor from a disorganized hodgepodge into coordinated networks of doctors, hospitals and other practitioners. Medicaid officials hope to ...


Lawsuit accuses Metro Health CEO of 'illegal and unethical conduct' - MLive.com

MLive.com

Lawsuit accuses Metro Health CEO of 'illegal and unethical conduct'
MLive.com
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Michael Faas, chief executive officer of Metro Health, is accused of "a pattern of illegal and unethical conduct" in a lawsuit that questions his actions regarding the proposed sale of Metro to an out-of-state for-profit company.
Metro Health CEO sued by former employeeWOODTV.com

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'Health pros' help consumers navigate medical costs - WFAA

WFAA

'Health pros' help consumers navigate medical costs
WFAA
Luminant is one of 2,000 companies nationally that provide employees with a unique health care benefit: The services of a health care "pro" from Compass Professional Health Services of Dallas. The health pro's job is to help employees navigate the ...


Pilots Need Mental Health Screening -- And Doctors Do, Too - Forbes

Forbes

Pilots Need Mental Health Screening -- And Doctors Do, Too
Forbes
Despite a whole lot of talking heads jawing on these points few had anything useful to say since almost none of the experts consulted seemed familiar with the accuracy of mental health screening, or with the nature of German requirements for health ...
EXCLUSIVE: Is Mental Health Treatment Being Stigmatized In Germanwings ...Chicago Defender
Claims About Andreas Lubitz's Mental Health Further Stigmatize Mental IllnessesHuffington Post
Depressed Doesn't Mean DangerousThe Atlantic

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Election 2015: Parties in economy and health pledges - BBC News

The Independent

Election 2015: Parties in economy and health pledges
BBC News
Westminster's party leaders have made new pledges on employment, taxation and health while continuing to come under pressure to be clearer about planned cuts and tax rises after the election. Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has made a manifesto commitment ...
General Election 2015: Nick Clegg pledges improvements to mental health careThe Independent

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Share “Oklahoma City dinner club disputes state...” - NewsOK.com

Share “Oklahoma City dinner club disputes state...”
NewsOK.com
The state Health Department issued the operators of Nani, an Oklahoma City dinner club, with a cease and desist order, arguing the small but popular business must license themselves as a restaurant. Nani's owners say they are private chefs, an industry ...

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Ali Health pens tie-up for online health testing platform - Reuters

Ali Health pens tie-up for online health testing platform
Reuters
The firm said it had signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Alibaba Health Information Technology Ltd to explore an online health testing platform - part of Ali Health's drive to take healthcare services online. Ali Health is looking to leverage ...

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Imaginary Health Care Horrors - New York Times

New York Times

Imaginary Health Care Horrors
New York Times
Finally, there's the never-ending hunt for snarks and boojums — for ordinary, hard-working Americans who have suffered hardship thanks to health reform. As we've just seen, Obamacare opponents by and large don't do math (and they're sorry when they ...
Colleges getting out of health insurance businessYahoo News
Colleges Are Getting Out Of The Health Insurance BusinessHuffington Post
Health Sense: Achievements and pitfalls of ObamacareMadison.com

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Chirlane McCray, on the Germanwings Crash - New York Times

Chirlane McCray, on the Germanwings Crash
New York Times
I have spent a lot of time recently talking to leaders in the mental health field and to people who are dealing with mental illness. It's time to recognize the stress and responsibility that pilots face and change our regulations and policies to ensure ...

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