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USA Today: GOP Lawsuit Looks Like Political Sideshow: Our View This week, before the House leaves for its August recess, the GOP majority is expected to approve a lawsuit against Obama. Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says it will accuse the president...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Elsewhere, the San Jose Mercury News examines who can opt out of the health law's mandate to have insurance on religious grounds. Philadelphia Inquirer: Medical-legal Alliances Help Low-income Patients It took Sheena Sheard two hours on two buses, towing...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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The new projections give Medicare an additional four years of solvency compared to last year's report by the trustees for Medicare and Social Security. The full trustees' report is available online. Washington Post: Medicare Finances Improve Partly Due...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Some industry officials say the automatic renewal of some health law insurance plans could have a negative impact on the financial aid that consumers receive. Meanwhile, narrow networks continue to be the subject of backlash.    The Associated...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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News outlets report that states are working hard to demonstrate that they are now or will soon be operating their own online insurance marketplaces. Meanwhile, states are pushing for more time and support from the federal government for exchange planning...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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One U.S. attorney in South Dakota says such cases will be one of the fastest-growing areas of criminal investigations, while some providers are crying foul. Philadelphia Inquirer: Costs Of Expanded Audits Aimed At Medicare Fraud Hit Health Care Firms...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Earnings reports offered last week by two hospital operators offer evidence that the health law's coverage expansion is leading more patients to seek treatment. The Wall Street Journal: Health-Law Patients Boost Hospital Profits A wave of newly insured...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Kaiser Health News provides a fresh take on health policy developments with "Relapse?" by Bob Englehart. Meanwhile, here's today's haiku: WATCHING THE CALENDAR, AND THE AGREEMENT It's almost recess... Countdown hastens lawmakers' deal for vets' health...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Negotiators on Sunday reported reaching an agreement, which is expected to authorize billions of dollars in emergency spending to bring more physicians, nurses and clinic sites to the Veterans Affairs system. The deal is to be unveiled today. Lawmakers...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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A selection of health policy news from Virginia, Maryland, Florida, New York, Wisconsin, Washington state, New Jersey and Kansas. The Washington Post: Ralph Northam, Va.’s Low-Key Lieutenant Governor, Juggles Politics And Pediatrics Ralph S. Northam...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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News outlets examine how the overhaul is factoring into the state's Senate race and changing the political landscape.   The Richmond Times-Dispatch: Warner-Gillespie Debate Offers Look At The Politics Of Health Care When Sen. Mark R. Warner faces...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Tape-recorded comments made by MIT economist Jonathan Gruber in 2012 are being used by backers of the latest legal challenge to the health law to support the argument that the overhaul's subsidies were not intended to be used by consumers shopping for...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Today's headlines include reports about the deal reached by House and Senate negotiators regarding veterans' health care.   Kaiser Health News: Limitations Of New Health Plans Rankle Some Enrollees Kaiser Health News staff writer Julie Appleby reports:...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Diane Meier is the director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care, a national organization that aims to increase the number of palliative care programs in hospitals and elsewhere for patients with serious illnesses. Meier is also a professor of geriatrics...
From: Kaiser Health News | By: Michelle Andrews | Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, which finances about half the health program for seniors and the disabled, won’t run out of money until 2030, the program’s trustees said Monday. That’s four years later than projected last year and 13...
From: Kaiser Health News | By: Julie Rovner | Monday, July 28, 2014
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In the meantime, some in Alabama say no Medicaid expansion there is hurting economic development in rural parts of the state. Georgia Health News: State Says It’s Hard At Work On Medicaid Backlog A state health agency says it’s working though the...
From: Kaiser Health News | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Nancy Pippenger and Marcia Perez live 2,000 miles apart but have the same complaint: Doctors who treated them last year won’t take their insurance now, even though they haven’t changed insurers. “They said, ‘We take the old plan, but not the...
From: Kaiser Health News | By: Julie Appleby | Monday, July 28, 2014
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