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New Data Could Affect Health-Insurer Deals - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

New Data Could Affect Health-Insurer Deals
Wall Street Journal
At issue are payments under government programs that are supposed to smooth out the risk for insurers that enroll a lot of less-healthy, expensive patients under the federal health law. The law has three programs that can provide financial help for ...

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Health Care Bull Market Will Continue, Charts Say - Barron's

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Health Care Bull Market Will Continue, Charts Say
Barron's
The health care sector has been leading the market higher since February 2011, and even now, when volatility rules elsewhere, its bull run remains intact. Surprisingly, the twists and turns in the sector's bull market have no correlation with either ...


Obama Takes Health Care Momentum Into GOP Territory - New York Times

New York Times

Obama Takes Health Care Momentum Into GOP Territory
New York Times
NASHVILLE — Days after the Supreme Court delivered a victory for his health care law for the second time, President Obama flew into mostly Republican territory on Wednesday and began an aggressive push to get states that have resisted parts of the law ...
Obama: 'Feeling pretty good' about health careYahoo News
Obama feels good 'about how health care is going'USA TODAY
Obama takes health-care victory lap in TennesseeWashington Post
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Starting Wednesday, Obamacare will punish businesses who help employees ... - Watchdog.org

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Starting Wednesday, Obamacare will punish businesses who help employees ...
Watchdog.org
Employers who reimburse their workers for health care costs will face massive tax penalties beginning Wednesday. Prior to the passage of the Affordable Care Act, with its mandate that all Americans purchase insurance and requirement for businesses to ...
Small Businesses Threatened With $36500 IRS Fines For Helping Employees ...Forbes
New Tax Penalty Starts Today on Small Business Health InsuranceAccounting Today

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Your.MD Scores $5M For Its AI-Driven Health Assistant - TechCrunch

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Your.MD Scores $5M For Its AI-Driven Health Assistant
TechCrunch
Your.MD is on a mission to improve the way we seek health-related, namely self-diagnosis, information online. If you've ever tried to google your symptoms, you know it's not for the feint hearted. The U.K. health startup wants to change that via its ...


Health Insurance Premiums Are Rising Faster Than Income - Forbes

Forbes

Health Insurance Premiums Are Rising Faster Than Income
Forbes
In every budget, we can control what we pay for some items while others are out of our control. Health insurance premiums are one of those items over which the consumer has little or no control (outside of raising the deductible or changing to an ...
Job One After Court's ACA Ruling: Kill Health Insurance TaxInvestor's Business Daily

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Buy A Meth House Unawares And Pay The Health Consequences - NPR

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Buy A Meth House Unawares And Pay The Health Consequences
NPR
Jennifer Nugent and her three kids are throwing a big, blue ball around in the small living room of their rental home. The kids are happy, but Nugent isn't. She planned to raise them in a place with much more room to play. And she was. That is, until ...

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How Your Brain Remembers Where You Parked The Car - NPR

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How Your Brain Remembers Where You Parked The Car
NPR
If you run into an old friend at the train station, your brain will probably form a memory of the experience. And that memory will forever link the person you saw with the place where you saw them. For the first time, researchers have been able to see ...

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3 SLC restaurants shut down for health code violations - fox13now.com

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3 SLC restaurants shut down for health code violations
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Salt Lake County Health Department shut down three local restaurants in Salt Lake City last week. One was serving partially eaten rice to its customers. Health inspectors say it's a good reminder to restaurant owners to ...

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Community Health to pay $20 million in fraudulent billing settlement - Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis Star

Community Health to pay $20 million in fraudulent billing settlement
Indianapolis Star
Community Health Network will pay more than $20 million in a settlement stemming from allegations that the health care provider had been presenting fraudulent surgery bills to the government for years. The office of the U.S. attorney announced Tuesday ...
More than $20M settlement reached with Community Health Network over false ...WTHR
Community Health Reaches $20 Million Overbilling SettlementWFYI

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