Mar 282015
 

NPR (blog)
New York City To Teens: TXT ME With Mental Health Worries
NPR (blog)
The majority of teenagers with mental health issues don't get help. But maybe if help were just a text message away — they wouldn't be so hesitant to reach out. That's the thinking behind NYC Teen Text, a pilot program at 10 New York public high

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Mar 282015
 

NPR (blog)
Did That Restaurant Pass Its Health Inspection? Now Yelp Will Tell You
NPR (blog)
Now, we should note, it can be a bit tricky to spot those health inspection scores on Yelp. If you're looking at the Yelp website, the information is listed in a box alongside the venue's hours, menu and price range. On the smartphone app, you have to

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Mar 282015
 

CNN
Indiana governor declares public health emergency due to HIV epidemic
CNN
A team from the CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention arrived Monday and is working with local and state health officials to stop the outbreak. Their recommendations include a short-term needle exchange program and public awareness campaign focusing …
Scott County, health department working on needle exchange programIndianapolis Star
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Mar 282015
 

Wall Street Journal
Obama takes stock of health-care law — and presidency
Washington Post
White House aides insist that, with a year and a half left in his administration, President Obama is not yet talking about his legacy. But this week, the president offered one of his most definitive, bottom-line assessments of his signature health-care
Obama Promotes Health-Care Payments Based on Outcome, Not VolumeWall Street Journal
4 Ways the Affordable Care Act Is Improving the Quality of Health Care in AmericaThe White House (blog)
Now the Hard Part: The Rate of Health Care Enrollment Seems Set to SlowNew York Times
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Mar 282015
 

Delmarva Daily Times
Md. might owe federal government millions for health-care exchange, audit finds
Washington Post
A federal audit of Maryland's once-troubled health insurance exchange found that the state waited too long to formally update its enrollment projections and numbers with federal grant providers, resulting in the misallocation of $28.4 million. The
Audit: Maryland Misallocated $28.4M for Health ExchangeABC News
Audit says Maryland overbilled federal government $28.4M in health exchange Baltimore Sun
Audit shows health exchange funding misallocatedDelmarva Daily Times

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Mar 282015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Mental health vetting of pilots ineffective, US experts say
U.S. News & World Report
WASHINGTON (AP) — There is little effective, real-world screening of airline pilots for mental problems despite regulations in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere that say mental health should be part of their regular medical exams, pilots and safety
Should FAA require mental health exams for US pilots?CBS News
3 Workplace Mental Health Questions All Businesses Should Ask Following The Forbes
Airlines largely rely on pilots 'self-monitoring' mental healthUSA TODAY
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Mar 282015
 

The Courier-Journal
Ky. public employee health fund raided for $63M
The Courier-Journal
A bill amending the state budget unveiled in the session's final hours authorized the transfer from the health insurance fund to government's "rainy day" fund where it will ensure the state has money to pay for a few special appropriations made this

Mar 282015
 
Colleges Are Getting Out Of The Health Insurance Business
Huffington Post
SEATTLE (AP) — The federal health care overhaul is leading some colleges and universities to get out of the health insurance business. Experts are divided on whether this change will be good or bad for students. Some call it an inevitable result of

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Mar 282015
 

New York Times
Company Thinks It Has Answer for Lower Health Costs: Customer Service
New York Times
Virginnia Schock seemed headed for a health crisis. She was 64 years old, had poorly controlled diabetes, a wound on her foot and a cast on her broken wrist. She didn't drive, so getting to the people who could tend to her ailments was complicated and …

Mar 282015
 

Los Angeles Times
Germanwings copilot had health, psychological problems, reports say
Los Angeles Times
Additional evidence emerged Saturday to suggest copilot Andreas Lubitz had health issues that should have prevented him from being allowed anywhere near the controls of the Germanwings A320 Airbus that he apparently deliberately flew into a mountain …
Who's flying our planes? The Germanwings crash raises questions about mental Fox News
How do airlines screen pilots for mental health issues?Fortune
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