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 News outlets quickly reported the impact of the judge's decision. USA Today: U.S. Judge Voids Key Piece Of Texas Abortion Law A federal judge Friday struck down a major provision of Texas's strict abortion law that would have forced all but a handful...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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McClatchy: 9 States Sign Compact To Run Health Care Without Congress Kansas, Missouri and seven other states have signed on to a movement that would wrest regulation of most of the nation's health care insurance systems from the federal government. Those...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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News outlets also look at a looming court decision on the health law's subsidies and the potential impact of big data on health outcomes. The Wall Street Journal: CBO Director: Political Divide Makes Fiscal Progress 'Very Hard' [Congressional Budget...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Gov. Tom Corbett reached a deal with the Obama administration to use federal funds to put about 500,000 low-income residents into managed care plans already used by the state. There were conflicting reports about the details of the federal waiver, but...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Officials for the state's online health marketplace also ask lawmakers to increase the cap on general fund money they can use for marketing. The Seattle Times: As Many As 1 in 5 Exchange Enrollees Affected By Technical Problems, Staff Concedes A lack...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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The Washington Post's Plum Line: Another Big Boost For Obamacare 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...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs. Clinical Orthopaedics And Related Research: Surgery For Hip Fracture Yields Societal Benefits That Exceed The Direct Medical Costs Surgical treatment of hip fractures...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about the Obama administration and Pennsylvania reaching an agreement to expand Medicaid in that state. Kaiser Health News: Beware Of Higher Charges If You Go To An...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Consumers getting government subsidies for health insurance who are later found ineligible for those payments will owe the government, but not necessarily the full amount, according to the Treasury Department. The clarified rule could affect some of...
From: Kaiser Health News | By: Julie Appleby | Friday, August 29, 2014
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Women's advocacy groups complain that the plan doesn't have "teeth" needed to make a change. The Wall Street Journal: FDA Is Chastised Over Its 'Action Plan' To Diversify Clinical Trial Participation In response to a law passed two years ago, the FDA...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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The hospitals complain that the shift is a problem because they are getting less funding for the uninsured. The New York Times/Texas Tribune: Texas Hospitals Say They've Lost Insured Patients To Urgent Care Opting to skip the wait at hospital emergency...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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The announcement about the testing comes as the outbreak in West Africa grows. The World Health Organizations says it could have infected more than 20,000 people. The Wall Street Journal: Testing On Experimental Ebola Vaccine To Begin in U.S. The National...
From: Kaiser Health News | Friday, August 29, 2014
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When you need emergency care, chances are you aren’t going to pause to figure out whether the nearest hospital is in your health insurer’s network. Nor should you. That’s why the health law prohibits insurers from charging higher copayments or...
From: Kaiser Health News | By: Michelle Andrews | Friday, August 29, 2014
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