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2nd Ebola case declared in Liberia as health workers protest - USA TODAY

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2nd Ebola case declared in Liberia as health workers protest
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MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberian officials confirmed a second Ebola case on Wednesday in the same town where the disease was detected days earlier on the corpse of teenager, seven weeks after the country was declared Ebola-free. The infected ...
2nd Ebola case found in Liberia; Ebola workers protest lack of hazard pay from ...U.S. News & World Report
Health officials urge calm as Liberia confirms 2 new cases of EbolaMashable
Liberia registers second confirmed Ebola case, health official saysFox News

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Starting Wednesday, ObamaCare will punish businesses who help employees ... - Fox News

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Starting Wednesday, ObamaCare will punish businesses who help employees ...
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The new rule is the result of an Internal Revenue Service interpretation of part of the ACA. It seems intended to force employers to offer a group health insurance plan (or leave their employees to fend for themselves on the health insurance exchanges).
Americans Support The Supreme Court's Health Care DecisionHuffington Post
Is health insurance through work $1800 less because of the Affordable Care Act?PolitiFact
4 Health Care Stocks Poised for GrowthU.S. News & World Report (blog)
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Buy A Meth House Unawares And Pay The Health Consequences - NPR

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Buy A Meth House Unawares And Pay The Health Consequences
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Jennifer Nugent and her three kids are throwing a big, blue ball around in the small living room of their rental home. The kids are happy, but Nugent isn't. She planned to raise them in a place with much more room to play. And she was. That is, until ...

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Why Obama chose Nashville for health care speech - USA TODAY

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Why Obama chose Nashville for health care speech
USA TODAY
NASHVILLE — President Obama will discuss his signature health care law Wednesday at Taylor Stratton Elementary School in Madison. Although the closed event is at a school, Obama chose a city local leaders frequently tout as the health care capital of ...
Obama in Tennessee to Talk About Improving Health Care LawABC News
Obama to focus on future of health care, Burwell saysThe Tennessean

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3 SLC restaurants shut down for health code violations - fox13now.com

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3 SLC restaurants shut down for health code violations
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Salt Lake County Health Department shut down three local restaurants in Salt Lake City last week. One was serving partially eaten rice to its customers. Health inspectors say it's a good reminder to restaurant owners to ...

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Community Health to pay $20 million in fraudulent billing settlement - Indianapolis Star

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Community Health to pay $20 million in fraudulent billing settlement
Indianapolis Star
Community Health Network will pay more than $20 million in a settlement stemming from allegations that the health care provider had been presenting fraudulent surgery bills to the government for years. The office of the U.S. attorney announced Tuesday ...
More than $20M settlement reached with Community Health Network over false ...WTHR
Community Health to pay $20M to settle false claims chargesIndianapolis Business Journal
Community Health settles billing suitFort Wayne Journal Gazette

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Report Shows Widespread Mistreatment by Health Workers During Childbirth - New York Times

New York Times

Report Shows Widespread Mistreatment by Health Workers During Childbirth
New York Times
She said that although many of the abuses occurred on a personal, one-to-one level between health workers and patients, some of the fault also lay with hospitals and health systems. Insufficient staffing, poor training and lack of supervision can all ...

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Small Businesses Threatened With $36500 IRS Fines For Helping Employees ... - Forbes

Small Businesses Threatened With $36500 IRS Fines For Helping Employees ...
Forbes
Small businesses that reimburse employees for the cost of premiums for individual health insurance policies or pay their health costs directly will be fined up to $36,500 a year per employee under a new Internal Revenue Service regulation that takes ...
New Tax Penalty Starts Today on Small Business Health InsuranceAccounting Today

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Trenton Health Team named one of 3 Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations ... - NJ.com

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Trenton Health Team named one of 3 Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations ...
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TRENTON — Trenton Health Team has been approved by the state as one of the first three Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations, allowing them to provide integrated care for a large population of patients in the Trenton region. The three-year ACO pilot ...

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Denver Public Health receives $9M to fight obesity, smoking, cancer - The Denver Post

Denver Public Health receives $9M to fight obesity, smoking, cancer
The Denver Post
Denver Public Health has received $8.9 million in grants from the state health department to address cancer, childhood obesity, and tobacco use and exposure in the Denver metro area, officials announced Tuesday. Denver Public Health received four ...