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Before Justices Rule, Floridians Consider Life Without Health Subsidies - New York Times

New York Times

Before Justices Rule, Floridians Consider Life Without Health Subsidies
New York Times
MIAMI — Sylvia Maltzman, a part-time tutor at a community college in Florida, pays $23 a month for the health insurance she got under the Affordable Care Act. A federal subsidy of about $475 covers the rest, and Ms. Maltzman, who has high blood ...
Health insurance uncertainty ahead for those with ACA plansThe Tennessean
Argument preview: Now, the third leg of the health-care stoolSCOTUSblog (blog)
5 Things To Know About The Latest Supreme Court Challenge To Health LawNPR (blog)
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The Phony Legal Attack on Health Care - New York Times

New York Times

The Phony Legal Attack on Health Care
New York Times
Burwell, a marvel of reverse-engineered legal absurdity that, if successful, will tear a huge hole in the Affordable Care Act and eliminate health insurance for millions of lower-income Americans — exactly the opposite of what the law was passed to do.


Health agency wins Prudential award - Orlando Sentinel

Health agency wins Prudential award
Orlando Sentinel
The department of health inSeminole Countyis one of the recipientsof the 2015 Prudential Productivity Award for collaborating with theCafé Latino Coalitionof Central Florida, a community groupthat aims toincreaseHIV, STD andhepatitisawarenessamongthe ...


Added tax season hassle for some due to health form errors - SFGate

SFGate

Added tax season hassle for some due to health form errors
SFGate
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not uncommon to feel some trepidation around tax-filing season. But there's an added hassle this year for nearly a million consumers who got financial help with health insurance premiums under President Barack Obama's law.
Latino nonprofit offers aid with health and taxes daysPhilly.com
Health-form errors create tax headachesNorthwest Arkansas News
Errors on health forms add hassle to tax seasonAlbuquerque Journal

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Five questions with Brent Phillips, new CEO of Regional Health - Rapid City Journal

Five questions with Brent Phillips, new CEO of Regional Health
Rapid City Journal
Brent Phillips recently succeeded Charles Hart as president and CEO at Regional Health in Rapid City. He previously served as vice president for Medical Group operations for Aurora Health Care in Wisconsin and as president of Greater Milwaukee South.

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Centennial-based health care technology group expanding into Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette

Centennial-based health care technology group expanding into Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Gazette
Up to 75 health care industry executives, doctors, investors and entrepreneurs are expected to attend the group's first local meeting March 18 in the offices of CodeBaby Corp., which develops virtual online assistants for health insurers, financial ...


County health board calls for action on Medicaid gap - The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Montana Standard

County health board calls for action on Medicaid gap
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
County health officer Matt Kelley, introducing the resolution, said 60,000 to 70,000 Montanans are effectively excluded from the health care system because they don't make enough money to qualify for subsidized insurance available through HealthCare ...
Health coverage in Montana: Who's being left behind?Montana Standard
Full Medicaid expansion will serve health, dignity of all MontanansBillings Gazette

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Patient's guide to local health systems and their ties - Wisconsin Rapids Tribune

Wisconsin Rapids Tribune

Patient's guide to local health systems and their ties
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Aspirus Inc. — the Wausau-based health system that has seven hospitals in north central Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula — does not yet have a formal partnership with Marshfield Clinic. However, the Clinic announced in late February it ...


Ebola Survivor Nina Pham to Sue Texas Health Resources: The Dallas Morning ... - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Week Magazine

Ebola Survivor Nina Pham to Sue Texas Health Resources: The Dallas Morning ...
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Experimental drugs and special care helped make Nina Pham Ebola free. But today she fears she may never escape the deadly disease. The 26-year-old nurse says she has nightmares, body aches and insomnia as a result of contracting the disease from a ...
Newspaper: Nurse who survived Ebola says hospital failed herThe State
US Ebola survivor Nina Pham to sue Texas Health Resources, says she is 'a ...The Week Magazine
Former Ebola Patient Nina Pham to File Lawsuit Against Texas Health ResourcesMusic Times
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Attention, Shoppers: Prices For 70 Health Care Procedures Now Online! - NPR (blog)

Attention, Shoppers: Prices For 70 Health Care Procedures Now Online!
NPR (blog)
"This has the potential to be a game changer," said Katherine Hempstead, who analyzes health insurance for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. "It's good for uninsured people. It's good for people with high deductibles. It's good for any person [who is ...