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Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Falls, Survey Shows - New York Times

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Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Falls, Survey Shows
New York Times
Federal researchers reported on Tuesday that the number of Americans without health insurance had declined substantially in the first quarter of this year, the first federal measure of the number of uninsured Americans since the Affordable Care Act ...
Growing Burden of Employer-Provider Health Care Has Accelerated Under ...Forbes
Study: Pre-Obamacare Health Insurance Was Better Quality Than Exchange PlansDaily Caller
Survey sees drop in those without health insurance, especially among young ...Newsday
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US to End Coverage Under Health Care Law for Tens of Thousands - New York Times

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US to End Coverage Under Health Care Law for Tens of Thousands
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said on Monday that it planned to terminate health insurance for 115,000 people on Oct. 1 because they had failed to prove that they were United States citizens or legal immigrants eligible for coverage under the ...
115000 immigrants to lose health coverage by Sept. 30 because of lack of ...Washington Post
Thousands risk losing aid for health care premiumsPBS NewsHour
Some Consumers Risk Losing Health Law Tax CreditsABC News
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Tens of Thousands Likely to Lose Health Insurance at End of September - Wall Street Journal

Tens of Thousands Likely to Lose Health Insurance at End of September
Wall Street Journal
The news that more than a third of that group hadn't responded ahead of the deadline could inflame key supporters of the health law who had raced to get the word out among immigrant communities and believed the government was moving too quickly to cut ...


Limiting Choice to Control Health Spending: A Caution - New York Times

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Limiting Choice to Control Health Spending: A Caution
New York Times
Insurers selling plans in the exchanges are offering fewer choices of doctors and hospitals. According to a 2013 survey by Mercer of employers who sponsor work-based health plans, over one-quarter of employers with more than 20,000 employees and 15 ...
Employer Health Costs Rise at Moderate Clip, But Workers' Share Increasing ...Bloomberg BNA
Employer-Sponsored Health Benefit Costs Predicted To Rise 3.9% In 2015Insurance News Net

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Boston-Based Partners In Health Leaps Into Ebola Crisis - WBUR

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Boston-Based Partners In Health Leaps Into Ebola Crisis
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BOSTON — An advance team from Boston-based Partners In Health heads for Ebola-stricken Liberia Monday. Four doctors, including co-founder Paul Farmer, and two operations staff will lay the groundwork for an ambitious two- to three-year project that ...
Partners in Health staff to join African Ebola fightBoston Globe
Why are western health workers with Ebola flown out, but locals left to die?The Guardian
Pleas grow for health workers to join Ebola outbreak responseHumanosphere
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Health Law Has Caveat on Renewal of Coverage - New York Times

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Health Law Has Caveat on Renewal of Coverage
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Millions of consumers will soon receive notices from health insurance companies stating that their coverage is being automatically renewed for 2015, along with the financial assistance they received this year from the federal government.
Hurdles loom for health law in second sign-up seasonClarksville Leaf Chronicle

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App Developers Seek Clearer Health Data Privacy Guidelines - Re/code

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App Developers Seek Clearer Health Data Privacy Guidelines
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Developers of apps for mobile devices are asking a U.S. agency to clarify its rules for protecting patient health information to reflect the fast-evolving technology. On Monday, a consortium of startups including CareSync, AirStrip and AngelMD, sent a ...
App Developers Seek Clearer U.S. Health Data Privacy GuidelinesBusiness Insider

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For Inspiration in Creating College Ratings, Look to Health Care - New York Times

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For Inspiration in Creating College Ratings, Look to Health Care
New York Times
The markets for health care and college share many peculiarities, all of which tend to make consumers inattentive to price and uninformed about quality. Economists have contributed key insights to our understanding of how consumers and producers make ...


Health care is often the biggest expense in retirement — and the hardest to ... - Washington Post

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Health care is often the biggest expense in retirement — and the hardest to ...
Washington Post
As the youngest of the baby boomers celebrate their 50th birthdays this year, many will put renewed attention on what will likely be the biggest expense in retirement: their health. Still the responsibility of caring for retirees — as well as the cost ...
How to save on health care when planning retirementCNBC
Employers should consider boomer generation when forming retirement health ...Employee Benefit News

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Taking a Health Hazard Home - New York Times

New York Times

Taking a Health Hazard Home
New York Times
A new study of a small group of workers at industrial hog farms in North Carolina has found that they continued to carry antibiotic-resistant bacteria over several days, raising new questions for public health officials struggling to contain the spread ...

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