Jan 272015
 

Muncie Star Press
Hospital surveying residents for health needs
Muncie Star Press
“IU Health's outreach programming and investments, including those at Muncie's IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, are guided by input from the public about the most important health needs in their communities,” according to a statement from the health

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Jan 272015
 

Sacramento Business Journal
UC's student health center doctors set for 1-day strike Tuesday
SFGate
Doctors at 10 University of California student health centers, including UCSF and UC Berkeley, will stage a one-day strike Tuesday to protest what they call unfair labor practices on the part of university administrators. The strike involves roughly
UC student health center doctors launch one-day strikeSacramento Business Journal
University of California's student health center doctors go on strikeKABC-TV
UC doctors stage one-day strike at student-health clinicsLos Angeles Times
CBS Local -East Bay Express -KPBS
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Jan 272015
 

UN News Centre
WHO Members Endorse Resolution to Improve Response to Health Emergencies
New York Times
As the battle to snuff out the Ebola epidemic in West Africa continues, amid hopeful signs of ebbing, fears of an even more deadly and widespread infectious disease's emerging in the future are motivating efforts to reform global health institutions
World Health Organization to Pursue ReformsWall Street Journal
Health Highlights: Jan. 26, 2015U.S. News & World Report
Ebola: UN health agency urges better global preparedness against future UN News Centre

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Jan 272015
 
Too much sitting may have some serious health effects — even if you exercise
Washington Post
“More than one-half of an average person's day is spent being sedentary — sitting, watching television or working at a computer,” David Alter, a senior scientist at the University Health Network in Toronto and the study's senior author, said in a

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Jan 272015
 

Salisbury Post
Health Link program promotes minority infant health
Salisbury Post
The Health Link program is an initiative at the Rowan County Health Department that is observing 16 years of uninterrupted services and support to hundreds of low-income women and children to improve health, self-sufficiency, and to reduce the infant

Jan 272015
 
Conservative Think Tank: 10 Countries With Universal Health Care Have Freer
Forbes
Many American conservatives oppose universal health insurance because they see it as fundamentally antithetical to a free society. “If we persevere in our quixotic quest for a fetishized medical equality we will sacrifice personal freedom as its price

Jan 272015
 

Los Angeles Times
Supreme Court Rules Against Retirees in Union Health Benefits Case
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a chemical company may be able to cut the health benefits of its retired workers, unanimously reversing an appeals court ruling that said the benefits had vested for life. “Courts should not construe …
Supreme Court says retiree health benefits can expireUSA TODAY
Supreme Court knocks down promised health benefits for union retireesLos Angeles Times
Supreme Court Backs Employer on Retirees' Pay for Health BenefitsInsurance Journal
U.S. News & World Report
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Jan 272015
 

Texas Tribune
Budget Office Slashes Estimated Cost of Health Coverage
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Congressional Budget Office on Monday significantly lowered its estimate of the cost of providing health insurance coverage to millions of Americans under the Affordable Care Act. Douglas W. Elmendorf, the director of the budget
The Health Care Budget: Four Things to KnowTexas Tribune
Lawmakers push Mead administration's Medicaid expansion billThe Idaho Statesman

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Jan 272015
 

Businessweek
How Obama's $3 Trillion Health-Care Overhaul Would Work
Businessweek
The Obama administration has announced plans to accelerate a shift in how the U.S. pays its $2.9 trillion annual health-care bill. Officials at Medicare, which covers one in six Americans, want to stop paying doctors and hospitals by the number of
"How The Obama Administration Is Getting Serious About Lowering Health Costs"ThinkProgress
Time on Obama's Side in Death Knell for Health Fee-for-ServiceBloomberg
Major Changes to Medicare Coming for Senior Health CareThe Fiscal Times
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Jan 272015
 

PR Newswire (press release)
Clinton Health Matters Initiative Partners With Kaléo To Reduce Opioid-Related
Forbes
Announced on Monday at the Clinton Foundation's Health Matters Activation Summit, the new partnership hopes to cut prescription drug-related deaths in half by making Evzio — a naloxone hydrochloride injection developed by the Richmond, Virginia-based …
Kaleo and the Clinton Foundation's Health Matters Initiative Unite to Reduce PR Newswire (press release)

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