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Viewpoints: GOP's 2015 Obamacare opportunities; the need for community health workers; WHO's Ebola response

In another sign that the politics of Obamacare continue to shift, the Medicaid expansion is now all but certain to come to another big state whose Republican governor had previously resisted it: Pennsylvania. ... The details of the final deal will matter. But broadly speaking this looks like another sign of just how hard it is for Republican governors in non-deep-red states to resist the ...

Wonkblog: Wonkbook: The growing U.S. fight against Ebola

WHO warns that Ebola cases could top 20,000.

Longer looks: Falling teen birth rate; the right to pain relief; limiting access to Sovaldi

An infectious disease doctor at Tulane University, [MarkAlain] Dery treats people living with HIV in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, the two largest cities in the southern state of Louisiana, which itself has the fourth-highest rate of HIV in the United States, just behind New York, Florida and Maryland.

Corporate Whistleblower Center Urges MD's with Proof a Hospital or Healthcare Facility Is Upcoding Their Medicare ...

The Corporate Whistleblower Center is urging medical doctors, or healthcare professionals, to call them at 866-714-6466, if they possess significant proof a hospital or healthcare facility is upcoding their Medicare bills as a way to unjustly obtain higher payments from the government. The Center believes upcoding Medicare bills is a multi-billion dollar nationwide problem, which has been newly ...

An Amazing Healthcare Revolution Is Happening In Maryland — And Almost No One's Talking About It

CUMBERLAND, Md. — When Dr. Joshua...

Use of Free and Charitable Clinics Sustains Post-Affordable Care Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A new report released by the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) reveals that over the last two years the nation's 1,200 Free and Charitable Clinics have seen ...

Wonkblog: Wonkbook: The ever-expanding Medicaid expansion

Another argument against the Medicaid expansion just got weaker.

Healthcare for $4: Are you ready for Walmart to be your doctor?

Goodbye, doctor’s office. Hello, Walmart? Based on Walmart’s latest moves, it’s not as unlikely as it sounds.

Wonkblog: Wonkbook: The latest legal battles over health care and abortion rights

A judge strikes down a measure that would have forced Alabama abortion clinics to close, adding to contradictory court decisions on 'admitting privileges.'

Health Policy Experts Available to Answer Questions about the Impact of ACA on Cancer Patients

In 2010, the total cost of cancer care in the United States reached $125 billion. Globally, the economic toll from cancer is nearly 20 percent higher than the leading cause of death, heart disease.


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