Jan 172015
 

SFGate
Medicare chief steps down, ran health care rollout
STLtoday.com
WASHINGTON • Medicare's top administrator unexpectedly resigned Friday, becoming the latest casualty in the turmoil over the president's health care law, which is still struggling for acceptance even as millions benefit from expanded coverage.
Head of Medicare resigns, ran troubled health care rolloutSFGate

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Jan 172015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Medicine and Health Care Will be Personalized Thanks to Technology
U.S. News & World Report
He recently spoke with U.S. News about how new capabilities might impact the quality and cost of care, as well as what some of the barriers will be. Excerpts: What have been some of the drivers of technology changing the world of health care? I equated

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Jan 172015
 

RevCycleIntelligence.com
America's healthcare costs could hinge on Congressional strategy sessions
The Hill (blog)
At separate party retreats in Hershey, PA and Baltimore, MD this month, lawmakers will make decisions about health care that could impact millions of American families. Those decisions won't be about whether Republicans will push to roll back Obamacare …
The Week That Was in Healthcare Fraud and LegalityRevCycleIntelligence.com

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Jan 172015
 
Goodbye to a trusted doctor, hello to the healthcare wilderness
Los Angeles Times
I've been lucky for the last 20 years. I could listen silently while friends complained about their medical care. My doctor was never too busy or too brusque. He always made time to listen. I never had to pay concierge fees for what I knew was

Jan 172015
 

Forbes
JP Morgan Healthcare Conference Becomes A Shopping Mall For Wall Street
Forbes
The past week, San Francisco was overrun with more neckties than the city has ever seen at one time. In customary form, the annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference kicked off a global, multiday shopping spree and advertising expo for large and small, …

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Jan 172015
 
Stride Health Launches A New Mobile App For Its Healthcare Recommendation
TechCrunch
Essentially Stride acts as a private competitor to the federally funded healthcare.gov. The company says its service provides a high-tech recommendation engine for healthcare coverage that's tailored to suit the individual needs of someone who's

Jan 172015
 

13newsnow.com
Eastern Shore veterans won't have to travel for health care
13newsnow.com
"This past November, I was pleased to be a part of the Governor's Summit on Expanding Health Care Access for Virginia Veterans in Richmond. We brought together top leaders from the VA system, hospitals and community health centers from across the …

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Jan 172015
 
Evergreen Health Co-op aims to compete with the health care giants
Baltimore Sun
White Marsh, MD – 1/12/15 – Patient Jean Donnell, 63, of Pikesville, left, chats with the family practitioner, Dr. Joy Baldwin, at Evergreen Health Care at White Marsh. She is very happy with the holistic approach at the Evergreen Health Center. The

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Jan 172015
 
How Obamacare Affects Your 2014 Tax Return
Kiplinger Personal Finance
Whether you get health insurance through your employer or on your own, the health care law requires you to take some extra steps when you file your taxes for 2014, and some people will need to do some complicated calculations. Here's what you need to …
Health care law to change how tax returns are filedTribune-Review

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Jan 172015
 

BurlingtonFreePress.com
Shumlin talks 'tough' on health care, education
BurlingtonFreePress.com
MONTPELIER – Gov. Peter Shumlin is asking Vermont businesses to swallow a new payroll tax to pay for initiatives that he says would pave the way for more affordable health care. Shumlin proposed the tax in an hourlong budget speech that focused on …
Shumlin Wants $90 Million Payroll Tax To Fund Health Care ReformsVermont Public Radio
Single-payer health care system is an old and tired ideaAlbany Times Union
Study: Vt. health care system unfairRutland Herald
WPTZ The Champlain Valley -Bellingham Herald
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