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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 ...
If you want to know who gets health-care handouts, look in the mirrorWashington Post
5 Things To Know About The Latest Supreme Court Challenge To Health LawNPR (blog)
High stakes in Supreme Court decisionThe Idaho Statesman
McClatchy Washington Bureau
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St. Mark's Fair: 7 yrs of health services - The Courier-Journal

The Courier-Journal

St. Mark's Fair: 7 yrs of health services
The Courier-Journal
Offering a wide variety of health and wellness services, St. Mark's United Church of Christ offered its seventh annual Neighborhood Health Fair on Saturday. The New Albany church provides a clothes closet and hot lunch every Saturday for around 150 ...


Added Tax Season Hassle for Some Due to Health Form Errors - ABC News

PBS NewsHour

Added Tax Season Hassle for Some Due to Health Form Errors
ABC News
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. The government sent ...
Consumers frustrated by government error on health care tax formsPBS NewsHour

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The Sitdown: Arshia Wajid, founder and president, American Muslim Health ... - Chicago Sun-Times - Breaking News (blog)

Chicago Sun-Times - Breaking News (blog)

The Sitdown: Arshia Wajid, founder and president, American Muslim Health ...
Chicago Sun-Times - Breaking News (blog)
Wajid, 37, holds a master's degree in business administration and public health and has worked in health care for about 12 years, currently as a health care consultant with Huron Consulting Group. She has volunteered as clinic coordinator for the Inner ...


Powell: Taming retiree health care - USA TODAY

Powell: Taming retiree health care
USA TODAY
"Health care is one of the key components of retirement expenses, and is the only part of household expenditures that increases with age," Sudipto Banerjee, a research associate at EBRI and author of the report, said in a release. "While some of these ...

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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 ...


Billion-Dollar Health Startups - Wall Street Journal

Billion-Dollar Health Startups
Wall Street Journal
This is the vision of Proteus Digital Health Inc., a company founded more than a decade ago by a team of medical device entrepreneurs. The company has begun manufacturing its so-called digital medicines, which are currently being reviewed for approval ...

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India keeps tight rein on public health spending in 2015-16 budget - Reuters

Daily News & Analysis

India keeps tight rein on public health spending in 2015-16 budget
Reuters
It had been expected that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would ramp up federal health spending in a bid to achieve his goal of universal health coverage. He has also vowed to revamp the sector and make medical services more affordable for the poor.
India Curbing Health Spending Growth Leaves Poor ExposedBloomberg
Union Budget 2015 allocation will give a boost to health care: JP NaddaEconomic Times
Health budget dips by 5.7 percent, AYUSH gets major chunkNew Kerala
Zee News
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Remembering a Health Care Advocate Who Got a Lot Done in a Short Time - Huffington Post

Remembering a Health Care Advocate Who Got a Lot Done in a Short Time
Huffington Post
Peter was a health policy analyst, advocate, and consultant who spent most of his professional life shuttling between Washington and Sacramento, California -- at times working for the government, at other times working with it. To reporters covering ...

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Improve Sleep to Improve Health - Huffington Post

Improve Sleep to Improve Health
Huffington Post
Now that we are well into 2015, many people are struggling to keep their New Year's resolutions to improve their health. According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, only 8 percent of people actually achieve their resolutions. That's the ...