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Health Officials: No Ebola Outbreak in US, but We're Prepping Anyway - U.S. News & World Report

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Health Officials: No Ebola Outbreak in US, but We're Prepping Anyway
U.S. News & World Report
The risk of an Ebola outbreak in the U.S. is unlikely, but health officials say they are responding anyway, sending advisories to hospitals, preparing to quarantine those who may have been infected, discouraging travel to certain countries and pouring ...
An Ebola patient is leaving Africa for treatment at an Atlanta hospitalWashington Post
Emergency Efforts in Africa to Contain Ebola as Toll RisesNew York Times
Ebola advisory issued by NJ health officialsAsbury Park Press
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Ebola patient coming to US as aid workers' health worsens - Reuters

Reuters

Ebola patient coming to US as aid workers' health worsens
Reuters
News of the transfer follows reports of the declining health of two infected U.S. aid workers, Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol, who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia on behalf of North Carolina-based Christian relief groups ...
Ebola outbreak: Is the US health care system prepared?wtkr.com
Americans infected with Ebola to be evacuatedWJXT Jacksonville
Plane flies to evacuate Americans with EbolaWDIV Detroit

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Work to Bolster Health Website Is Raising Cost, Officials Say - New York Times

Work to Bolster Health Website Is Raising Cost, Officials Say
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Obama administration officials said Thursday that the cost of the federal health insurance exchange was growing because they were assigning new work to contractors in an effort to prevent a repetition of the problems that crippled ...


Health-Law Opponents Seek Supreme Court Review - Wall Street Journal

Health-Law Opponents Seek Supreme Court Review
Wall Street Journal
A federal appeals court in Washington ruled against the government, siding with a different group of challengers who argued language in the 2010 health-care law prohibited subsidies for those who buy insurance on a federal exchange, instead of one run ...
Health care subsidies issue rushed to CourtSCOTUSblog (blog)
Lawyers challenging health subsidies seek quick Supreme Court rulingLos Angeles Times
Lawyers challenging health subsidies seek quick rulingDubuque Telegraph Herald

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House Approves VA Health Care Overhaul - ABC News

CBS News

House Approves VA Health Care Overhaul
ABC News
McDonald, 61, of Cincinnati, replaces Sloan Gibson, who took over as acting secretary in May after Eric Shinseki resigned amid a growing uproar over reports of long veterans' waits for health care and VA workers falsifying records to cover up delays ...
House approves bill overhauling VA health careCBS News
House approves $16.3 billion measure to overhaul VA health care systemU.S. News & World Report
House approves VA health care overhaul; Senate OK expectedAlbuquerque Journal
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Probe exposes flaws behind Obama health-care program - azcentral.com

azcentral.com

Probe exposes flaws behind Obama health-care program
azcentral.com
WASHINGTON — A nonpartisan congressional investigation has concluded that management failures by the Obama administration set the stage for the crippling computer woes that paralyzed the rollout of President Barack Obama's health-care program last ...
Investigators Warn of Possible Perils in Fall With Health SiteNew York Times
Probe Exposes Flaws Behind Health Care Site LaunchRealClearPolitics
Congressional Probe Concludes Obama Administration Management Failures ...TheBlaze.com
Kaiser Health News
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California Sees Health-Law Premiums Rising 4.2% in 2015 - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

California Sees Health-Law Premiums Rising 4.2% in 2015
Wall Street Journal
Applicants check in at a health-insurance enrollment event in Oakland, Calif., in March. Premiums for Affordable Care Act plans in California are set to rise only 4.2% on average next year. Covered California, the state's exchange, said it negotiated ...
health rates to rise 4%OCRegister
Health premiums soared, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones saysLos Angeles Times
Californians To See Increase In Health Plan CostsCBS Local
Kaiser Health News -Sacramento Bee
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Health centers to expand behavioral health services - Business First of Buffalo

WPTZ The Champlain Valley

Health centers to expand behavioral health services
Business First of Buffalo
Health centers will use the new funds for efforts to establish or expand behavioral health services by hiring new mental health professionals, adding mental health and substance use disorder health services and employing integrated models of primary care.
Mental Health Center expands services to include adolescents for first time in ...Billings Gazette
4 groups getting over $921K in health fundingWPTZ The Champlain Valley
SC Awarded $1M in Mental Health FundingWLTX.com
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Senate passes veterans' health bill - USA TODAY

USA TODAY

Senate passes veterans' health bill
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a compromise bill allowing veterans to seek private care and adding $17 billion to the Department of Veterans Affairs to hire doctors to address long wait lists. The final vote in favor was 91-3. The bill, which was ...
Senate OK's $16b spending bill to improve VA health systemBoston Globe
Senate Approves Veteran and Highway BillsNew York Times
US Senate passes $16.3 billion veterans health billBangor Daily News
The Ledger -Kaiser Health News -al.com
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Report: Calif. Ranks 19th for Return on Investment in Health Care - California Healthline

Report: Calif. Ranks 19th for Return on Investment in Health Care
California Healthline
California has the lowest death rate in the country, but it is not among the top 10 states for return on investment in health care, according to a new report by WalletHub, the New York Daily News reports.

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