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Obamacare Regular Enrollment Closes for 2014 Health Plans

For Obamacare procrastinators, time’s up.

April 15, 2014

Hospital reimbursements are now influenced, in part, by patient satisfaction scores. Read about seven areas to target in your hospital for happier, more satisfied patients.

Johns Hopkins ends strike without deal

Three days of picketing by Johns Hopkins employees ends Friday.

Texas Medicaid holds off on proposed limits for Gilead hepatitis drug

Texas is reconsidering whether to impose strict limits on Gilead Sciences' $84,000 hepatitis C treatment for patients on the state's Medicaid health plan for the poor, at the urging of outside advisers, a state official said on Friday. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission, which oversees Medicaid, had proposed a policy to allow the drug, Sovaldi, to be used mainly for sicker patients ...

Health Department to end prenatal services for pregnant women

Medicaid's shift to managed care begins May 1 with prenatal services moving to private insurers.

59 Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group Physicians featured in The Washingtonian Magazine 'Top Doctors' List

ROCKVILLE, Md., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With affordability and quality top of mind when it comes to making healthcare decisions, consumers should also consider health plans with physicians that consistently rank among the area's elite doctors. In its March 2014 issue, The Washingtonian Magazine recognized fifty-nine Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group physicians as "Top ...

NDEV Signs Behar to Board of Directors

Novus Acquisition & Development Corp Novus has executed an agreement to have Victor Behar of Physicians Management Network "PMN" for its Medical Marijuana "MMJ" subsidiary and other ...

'This is how we support one another' Hope Medical Clinic cares for the uninsured

Destin's Hope Medical Clinic does not receive government funding and is instead supported by Okaloosa and Walton counties.

32M underinsured in 2012

A nurse checks a patient's blood pressure at the Remote Area Medical (RAM), healthcare clinic in Wise, Va., in 2008. The free weekend clinic, staffed by more than 1,400 volunteer dentists, doctors and medical personnel, is the largest of its kind in the nation and organizers expect more than 2,500 patients to turn out for the 2 1/2 day event.

Don’t blame Hagan, ACA for healthcare problems

People don’t like political ads. I don’t like them either,” says a woman in a political ad sponsored by Americans for Prosperity. WRALreported that AFP has spent more money on political ads than any other group since the 2014 election cycle began. This particular ad shows a woman talking directly to the camera saying, “[Obamacare] just doesn’t work.”


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