Nov 032014
 

Daily Record
What's Ahead This Week: Learn about genealogy research, Affordable Health
Daily Record
Participants will receive in-person enrollment assistance for the Affordable Health Care Program, provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) through SRA International. The first session will provide an overview and information

Nov 032014
 
Whatcom guides development of emerging healthcare role
Bellingham Herald
The United States health care system is the most expensive in the world, but reports consistently show the U.S. underperforms relative to other countries on most dimensions of performance such as access, efficiency and healthy lives. (Mirror, Mirror on

Nov 032014
 

USA TODAY
How to pay for health care in retirement
USA TODAY
The number is daunting. A couple with a greater-than-average prescription drug expenses would need $326,000 saved at age 65 if they wanted to be highly confident about paying for health care expenses in retirement. The good news? The amount that …

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Nov 032014
 
Health care lags for women in Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Women across Pennsylvania are doing everything we can to support our families, but the deck is stacked against us — especially when it comes to getting the health care we need to lead healthy, prosperous lives. The newly released 2014 Women's Health …

Nov 032014
 

RIA Novosti
Yemen: HIV Patients Denied Health Care
Human Rights Watch
(Sanaa) – People with HIV and AIDS are routinely denied care within Yemen's health care system, Human Rights Watch said in an October 2014 letter to the Yemeni minister of health released today. Yemeni authorities should end discrimination by health …
HIV Patients Routinely Denied Health Care in Yemen: Human Rights WatchRIA Novosti
HRW says Yemen HIV patients denied healthcareYahoo! Maktoob News
HIV Patients Denied Health Care In Yemen: HRWRTT News

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Nov 032014
 
Majority: Quarantine Ebola healthcare workers
The Hill
J.), struggle to implement quarantines against the will of the White House and even some healthcare workers themselves, who view the measures as unnecessary and worry they could deter some healthcare workers from traveling to West Africa to fight the …
Divisions surface between health care workers, public over Ebola quarantinesCrain’s Detroit Business
Most Americans Back Forced Quarantines For Ebola Healthcare WorkersRTT News
NBC/WSJ Poll: 71% Back Mandatory Quarantines for Ebola Health WorkersNBCNews.com

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Nov 032014
 

Zanesville Times Recorder
Doctor goes from saving kids to saving health care
Zanesville Times Recorder
WASHINGTON – If former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was the poster child for the pitfalls of health care reform, then Patrick Conway might be the hidden face of the law's promises. A pediatrician and top administrator at

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Nov 032014
 

Bloomberg View
Health Care Everyone Can Agree On
Bloomberg View
Republicans and Democrats have little occasion to agree on anything in these toxic times. Nowhere are their differences more acute than on health-care policy. The two of us disagree on whether the Affordable Care Act is improving the U.S. health system
See ya! Many health exchange users to bail: SurveyCNBC
Bye-bye Healthcare.gov: Half of Obamacare customers plan to bail this yearPhoenix Business Journal
Survey: Former Healthcare Exchange Participants Have Mixed Feelings About ACA International
Yahoo News -Dumb-Out -Washington Examiner
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Nov 032014
 
State, Feds Reach Five-Year, $41.4B Health Care Accord
WBUR
BOSTON — The Patrick administration early Friday evening announced a five-year health care deal with the federal government worth $41.4 billion, which will succeed a three-year $26.75 billion waiver agreement that expired June 30. In response to an …
Congressman blasts state health care dealEnterprise News
State, federal governments reach $41 billion health care agreementMilford Daily News

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Nov 032014
 

Forbes
Auerbach, Yancopoulos To Speak At Forbes Healthcare Summit
Forbes
Two of the top entrepreneurs in the history of the biotechnology industry will join me at the Forbes Healthcare Summit to discuss how new sources of data will change the way drugs are invented, developed, and priced. Alan Auerbach, the chairman and