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Key Question on Health-Law Subsidies: Were Plaintiffs Harmed? - Wall Street Journal

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Key Question on Health-Law Subsidies: Were Plaintiffs Harmed?
Wall Street Journal
David Klemencic, a 54-year-old who owns a flooring retail business in West Virginia, says it would be a burden to buy health insurance even with a hefty federal subsidy. The federal government says Mr. Klemencic's beef isn't a financial one because he ...
ObamaCare getaway: 5 US territories released from health care lawFox News
Today's Court Decision Might Make Health Insurance Unaffordable in the ...The Atlantic
An Ominous Health Care RulingNew York Times
Washington Post -The Economist -ABC News
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Ruling on Health Care Subsidies Puts Coverage at Risk - New York Times

New York Times

Ruling on Health Care Subsidies Puts Coverage at Risk
New York Times
Even with a federal subsidy to help cover the cost, Gloria Spottswood has had to squeeze her household budget to afford the health insurance she bought this year through the Affordable Care Act. Ms. Spottswood, who is 56 and works in food service ...

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Health care jobs lift less-educated workers - USA TODAY

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Health care jobs lift less-educated workers
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Health care workers with less than a four-year degree make up 61% of the industry's 12.1 million employees. Their growth can partly be traced to the need to more quickly turn out health workers to serve an aging population, says Brookings fellow and ...
Low-wage health care jobs grow but without mobilityThe Tennessean
Plenty of health care jobs, but often low-paying for those without degrees ...The Plain Dealer
Nearly half of Kansas City area health care workers lack bachelor's degreesKansas City Star
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Two Americas on Health Care, and Danger of Further Division - New York Times

New York Times

Two Americas on Health Care, and Danger of Further Division
New York Times
For decades, the United States has had a fragmented health policy. States called the shots on major elements of how health care and health insurance were financed and regulated. The result: a hodgepodge of coverage and a wide variance in health.
Health Insurers Set To Give Out More Obamacare RefundsHuffington Post
Health Insurance Companies Refund $15B to Mass. ConsumersBoston.com
Residents May Get Health RefundsWLTX.com
Statesman Journal -Asbury Park Press -Local 10
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Are These 10 Trendy Health Foods Worth The Hype? - Huffington Post

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Are These 10 Trendy Health Foods Worth The Hype?
Huffington Post
Whether via your Facebook news feed, the juice store around the corner, or even in articles about healthy living, chances are you've heard of buzzword-y health foods like acai, spirulina and wheatgrass. You know these foods are healthy. But have you ...


SSM Health Care cited by OSHA - KSDK

SSM Health Care cited by OSHA
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LOUIS COUNTY - A long-time nurse inside SSM Health Care says the company compromised the safety of its patients at Heart Health screenings inside SSM's hospitals and at screenings in the community. The nurse talked to 5 on Your Side exclusively and ...

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Booming job market found for health care positions that require less education - Michigan Business Review - MLive.com

Booming job market found for health care positions that require less education
Michigan Business Review - MLive.com
Although many think of doctors and nurses as the principal health care providers, less educated workers now make up 51 percent of the health care work force, according to a report released Thursday, July 24, by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program.


Appeals Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health-Law Subsidies - Wall Street Journal

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Appeals Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health-Law Subsidies
Wall Street Journal
A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down the subsidies available to some consumers who buy health coverage on insurance exchanges established by the federal government. WSJ's Brent Kendall joins Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero to discuss what this ...


Health Problems Lead Owner of Broncos to Cede Control - New York Times

New York Times

Health Problems Lead Owner of Broncos to Cede Control
New York Times
GROUP OPPOSES SETTLEMENT Public Citizen, a nonpartisan advocacy group focused on health and safety, asked the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit for permission to file a brief in support of seven former N.F.L. players who objected to ...
Fans saddened about Pat Bowlen's health, honored to talk about his greatnesskdvr.com

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Ohio's largest health firm unifies under Mercy name - Cincinnati.com

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Ohio's largest health firm unifies under Mercy name
Cincinnati.com
Mercy Health operates more than 250 health facilities, including 23 hospitals, eight senior living communities, five hospice programs and seven home health agencies across its markets, for a total of $6 billion in assets, according to company ...
Say goodbye to the name Catholic Health PartnersCincinnati Business Courier
Catholic Health Partners, Ohio's largest health system, changing its name to ...WCPO
Catholic Health Partners changes nameYoungstown Vindicator

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