Apr 022015
 

TriCities.com
Bladen Healthcare names president, chief nursing officer
Fayetteville Observer
Evans has more than 20 years of nursing experience, including six years in healthcare administration, according to a news release. She earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana, and is currently pursuing
Veterans' event addresses access to health care, assistance in countyPort Townsend Leader

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Apr 022015
 
Delta Air Lines Helps Gay Employees With Health Care Taxes
ABC News
Delta Air Lines became the first major carrier Thursday to make same-sex domestic partners whole for additional income taxes they owe for health care plans. Atlanta-based Delta will pay those taxes for employees retroactive to Jan. 1. The tax is only a …

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Apr 022015
 
The growing trend of healthcare breaches and what's next
The Hill (blog)
Hacking healthcare is not the newest flavor of the quarter when it comes to serious data security problems. Long considered a secondary target behind the seemingly more lucrative financial sector, over the past few years, the medical industry has

Apr 022015
 

New York Daily News
Health care professionals charged in 'Medicaid mill' scam
New York Daily News
Kirill Shakhov (right white grey striped shirt) and some of the 23 defendants named in a 199-count indictment that alleges they participated in a massive scheme in which they lured people recruited from low-income neighborhoods, homeless shelters and …
23 People Charged in 'Sneakers Case'Wall Street Journal

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Apr 022015
 

TheStreet.com
These 10 Pharma and Health Care Stocks Were the Worst S&P 500 Performers
TheStreet.com
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Some of the biggest pharmaceutical companies were some of the health care sector's worst performers in the first quarter. Yet, the S&P 500 Health Care Index rose 6.16% for the first three months of the year, outstripping the

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Apr 022015
 
Improving health care delivery
Iowa Now
How can we better deliver health care options to rural Iowa? That topic will be the focus of the upcoming Hawkeye Lunch and Learn event, as Patrick Brophy presents “Telemedicine in Iowa: Improving Health Care Delivery.” The free event will be held at

Apr 022015
 
Why has Information Technology not led to efficiency in the health care sector?
Brookings Institution (blog)
However, such efficiency has yet to be realized in the health care sector. After waiting more than a decade and spending more than $28 billion dollars, health care-focused IT is an annoying problem rather than a long-awaited solution for the medical

Apr 022015
 

Tallahassee.com
As pressure mounts, Florida health care talks delayed
Tampabay.com (blog)
Dudek said Florida's conversations with the federal government over the so-called Low Income Pool program "had been productive and positive until this point," and suggested the move "could signal the abrupt end of this federal health care program in …
Health-care news casts doubt on budgetTallahassee.com
Florida: Federal Government Suspending Health Care TalksCBS Local
Florida Senate, House Republicans battle on MedicaidModernHealthcare.com
Florida Times-Union (blog)
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Apr 022015
 

U.S. News & World Report
Greece's Tsipras aims to bolster public health care
U.S. News & World Report
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Thursday his government will bolster public health care in Greece through the hiring of 4,500 specialized staff and the abolition of a compulsory 5-euro ($5.4) fee for treatment at public hospitals.
Greece will bolster public health careSalt Lake Tribune

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Apr 022015
 

Forbes
Mark Cuban Doesn't Understand Health Care
Forbes
Mark Cuban is a billionaire entrepreneur. He's a star of the “Shark Tank” reality TV show. He's the savvy owner of an NBA basketball team, the Dallas Mavericks. He's even invested in four health care companies. But Mark Cuban doesn't understand health …

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