Federal officials announced Tuesday that a passenger who flew from Liberia to Dallas last month had become the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. On Wednesday came word that health officials are monitoring several more...Show More Summary
First 30-second ad from Bonnie Watson Coleman, already up on cable. The ad spotlights her position on some key issues of interest to women; 100% pro-choice, 100% committed to improving women's health care and 100% for pay equity. All at issue as her opponent, a working woman herself, hews to a party that is wobbly on all that. Show More Summary
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel conducts a press briefing at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels Belgium June 4, 2014. Official DoD Photograph by Sgt. Aaron Hostutler USMC WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday directed...Show More Summary
After some 18 months of negotiations with the federal government, New York state has received permission from regulators to implement a vast revamping of its health care delivery system in a bid to... To view the full story, click the title link.
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner acknowledged Wednesday he would have vetoed legislation expanding government-subsidized Medicaid to low-income people under President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, but does not support a rollback in coverage.
Part of a series. Comprehensive primary care for employees means better employee health, greater productivity, less presenteesism and lower costs for both employee and employer. That is why some companies are making health care a strategic imperative rather than just a tactic as part of human resource cost management. Some are developing full service enhanced […]
Patient One: The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States told relatives that he notified health care workers the first time he went to the hospital that he was visiting the U.S. from Liberia, the man's sister said Wednesday....
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Medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcy. Although you can't always avoid a debilitating illness, being smart about your health how you pay for health care can save you thousands. Getting Sick Is Bad For Your Wallet; 5 Easy Ways To Stay Healthy And Minimize Health Care Costs At The Same Time appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Bill Maher participated in a "Reading the Times' bit with The New York Times this week, and went off a bit on Democrats running away from President Obama to try and win over a base they just won't win over.
The dark underbelly of health care is becoming all too visible now. Fresh faces in neatly pressed white coats are in the halls. Eager. Enthusiastic. Clearly very bright. All hoping for a moment, an experience, an encounter that makes all their hard work worth it. Surely they’ll have one, but not before the thousands of […]
The Department of Health and Human Services is improperly hiding health insurers' requested rate increases from the public -- in violation of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new lawsuit from a former administration health official. States are generally charged with reviewing health insurers' proposed rate increases, but HHS conducts reviews for several states […]
Every year, ambitious students from around the world flock to America’s leading business schools, hoping to learn how to create new ventures that can change the world. On the West Coast, situated in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business attracts budding entrepreneurs with challenging and practical programs. Show More Summary
By Bret Jensen: My regular readers know how I use dips caused by secondary offerings to pick up attractive real estate investment trusts (REITs) either as a short term trading opportunity or as a strategic way to build a high yield portfolio by using these temporary declines to my advantage. Show More Summary
Fifty-four percent of global health care professionals say their hospitals currently incorporate sustainability into purchasing decisions, and 80 percent expect that to be the case in two years, according to a Harris Poll commissioned by Johnson & Johnson. The global findings are similar to those of US health care providers, where 52 percent say their […]
The first large-scale study in the U.S. to investigate at-home oral care for adults with developmental disabilities suggests that future policy initiatives should focus on improving sources of support for caregivers, in addition to addressing access to care. Led by researchers at Tufts University, the study is published in The Journal of the American Dental Association.
The October issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR(r)) focuses role of radiology and radiologists in evolving health care delivery systems, the quality and safety of radiological care worldwide as well as a variety of issues relating to clinical practice, practice management, health services and policy, and radiology education and training.
One year ago today, Republicans made their strongest possible case outlining their governing principles. Threatened by the prospect of millions of Americans securing access to quality, affordable health care, Republicans chose instead to shut down the federal government. The consequences of their actions were felt across the nation. Show More Summary
This has, of course, driven liberals bat guano insane (Think Progress) Much of the Affordable Care Act must be defunded and millions of Americans must lose their health insurance, according
Hoffmann is an entrepreneur who has successfully founded eight companies over the last 26 years in the fields of preventative medicine, health care, technology, mobile health and education. Her natural ability to lead and inspire has resulted in numerous awards and honors throughout her career. Show More Summary