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Who Benefits? - Hospital Profits and Quality May Fall, But Hospital Executives' Compensation Keeps Rising

Despite recent attempts at health care reform, US health care dysfunction seems to proceed inexorably with ever rising costs, and continuing problems with access and quality. A likely reason is that those who find the current system personally profitable are in a position to resist real reform. Show More Summary

For Hospitals, Prestige Leads To Profits

2 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

When it comes to hospitals, which benefit most from high health care prices? It may sound counter-intuitive, but a group of not-for-profit hospitals appear to be among those doing the best business. A...

Veterans More Likely to Delay Seeking Health Care--Possible Link to Long Wait Times for VA Care

Military veterans are more likely to report delays in seeking necessary healthcare, compared to the US general population, reports a study in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

ISPOR Publishes New Global Health Care Systems Road Map: Australia Medical Devices

ISPOR announced today that it has published a new Global Health Care Systems Road Map--Australia Medical Devices.

The New Health Care: Missing From Medicare Advantage: True Competition

8 hours agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

If past efforts are any guide, a White House proposal to inject competition and save billions is doomed.

Colorado May Replace Obamacare With Public Universal Health Care Option

In an unprecedented move, Colorado may become the first state to replace Obama Care with a single-payer health insurance plan that would guarantee coverage for all of the state’s residents.

Kentucky Governor Bevin May Get FBI Probe As $18M In Tax Breaks Given For Ark During Health Care Benefits ‘Crisis’

Is Matt Bevin, the governor of Kentucky, finally so out of control that the FBI is stepping in to shut down a reign of terror that has further decimated one of the most at-risk states in America? Reuters reported on April 27 that Matt Bevin was alleged to be under investigation by the FBI, according... Show More Summary

John Stossel is right: Health care is not a free market

21 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Fox News’ resident libertarian John Stossel recently announced that he has lung cancer. The good news is that the former consumer affairs reporter turned free market crusader reportedly will make a full recovery. The bad news is that...Show More Summary

Yes, there is a reason Denmark can have nice things that we in America can't

Bernie Sanders asks -- if Denmark can have universal health care and free tuition for college, why can't the United States? I've heard him ask it many times, and hadn't realized until I read this Vox article that there is actually a reason why, and it's not something you can wish away with the kind of sarcastic comebacks that Sanders is famous for. Show More Summary

The Residents of Flint Need to Know the Truth About Lead Poisoning

This article about Flint is heartbreaking, but not quite for the obvious reason: Health care workers are scrambling to help the people here cope with what many fear will be chronic consequences of the city’s water contamination crisis:...Show More Summary

Watch Ted Cruz Argue With Disabled Man’s Family About Health Care

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Texas Senator and Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has placed a lot of electoral eggs in the basket that is Indiana, and so it was that Cruz found himself gamely pressing the flesh with voters outside the Pie Pan restaurant in Evansville this weekend.

If you like your pistol, you can keep it.

From the same bozo and administration that brought you the highly successful health care insurance scam, I mean plan, now we’re talking about spending tax dollars, your tax dollars, on ‘smart’ guns, uh, for government agencies only though. The general idea being that if we give cops and DHS and the Army a smart guns […]

Michael Bloomberg rips Sanders for promising ‘free health care and a pony’ in speech to college grads

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg closed out his remarks for University of Michigan graduates on Saturday with potshots at both Republican Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), WABC-TV reported. “In 1928, Republicans promised a ‘chicken in every pot and a car in every...

Jimmy Carter Says Ted Kennedy Is To Blame For Lack Of Universal Health Care In America

President Jimmy Carter is speaking out, having recovered from cancer thanks to the new drug Keytruda, he is feeling pretty good for a 91-year-old. Carter always enjoys the opportunity to guide the nation just a bit more in his books and in a multitude of interviews over the years. Show More Summary

Atlas of Human Malformation Syndromes in Diverse Populations created

NHGRI researchers have collaborated with physicians and medical geneticists around the world to create the first Atlas of Human Malformation Syndromes in Diverse Populations. Health care providers can use the new atlas to diagnose diverse...Show More Summary

A Potent Side Effect to the Flint Water Crisis: Mental Health Problems

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Health care workers are scrambling to help people cope with the consequences of contaminated water, including profound stress, worry, depression and guilt.

Health care has a cavity: There’s no good reason our teeth aren’t covered

We can't keep pretending dental work is cosmetic. Poor oral hygiene can lead to diabetes, heart disease and stroke

Exposure to tobacco smoke in the home increases childhood illnesses, health care demand

BALTIMORE, MD - Children who live with smokers end up in the doctor's office or hospital more often than those not exposed to tobacco smoke, according to new research being presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies 2016 Meeting. read more

Episode 698: The Long Way Home

Housing subsidies are often given out through a lottery. But why do we let random chance decide who gets help with the rent? We don't do that for food stamps or health care, so why housing?

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