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Physician Payment Systems Subject of Graham Center Forum
Happy, texas
Few physicians and probably fewer patients are happy with the fee-for-service payment model for medical care, but a lot of work needs to be done to initiate any kind of change. That's according panelists who spoke during a recent forum on primary care hosted by the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care.
April 21 2014
Health law changes take hold but acceptance eludes "Obamacare" as sign-up season winds do
Happy, texas
WASHINGTON - As a roller-coaster sign-up season winds down, President Barack Obama's health care law has indeed managed to change the country.
April 21 2014
Left out of Obamacare’s benefits by Georgia
Happy, texas
ATLANTA – Karen LaBar, a mother of four, is 41 and has never had a mammogram. She has high blood pressure but no doctor to attend to it. She works hard providing home health care to others but has no health care of her own.
April 21 2014
Froma Harrop: Shine light on health spending - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 PST
Happy, texas
Foes of Obamacare often frame such health reforms as “redistribution” schemes. They take money from hard-working Americans and give it to the presumably undeserving. My conservative friends are right that a lot of health reform is about redistribution. What they get wrong are the arrows on the real redistribution chart.
April 21 2014
Franchise Players: How I Went From Client to Franchisee
Happy, texas
Chad Hierholzer gained experience as a health-care screening services client before becoming a Star Wellness franchisee himself.
April 21 2014
Homicide Victim Organs Donated
Happy, texas
It was a bittersweet scene over Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital about two dozen people got together for a solemn ceremony honoring a homicide victim from Jim Wells County who happened to be an organ donor.
April 21 2014
Afghan probe begins in attack on AP journalists
Paris, Michigan
Afghan central government authorities on Wednesday began questioning the police commander who killed an Associated Press photographer and wounded an AP reporter, a day after he was transferred by helicopter to the capital...
April 21 2014
Group knocks on doors for GMO ban
Tracy, California
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.-For the third week, volunteers with Our Family Farms Coalition took to the streets to canvass in support of Measure 15-119. Volunteer with the Coalition, Tracy Harding, said the goal was to "help [county residents] understand that there's a lot of money behind the opposition and a lot of misinformation and that they need to take care to make sure ...
April 21 2014
Pa. woman slated for trial in boyfriend's death
Pennsylvania
Jury selection starts Monday for the trial of a northwestern Pennsylvania woman charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend last summer.
April 21 2014
Lake County ranks 13th healthiest in Illinois
Illinois
Lake County ranked as the 13th healthiest county in Illinois last year, up from a ranking of 16th the year before.
April 21 2014
Lawmaker moves to ban microbeads linked to lake pollution
Illinois
From toothpaste to soap, common products we use every day are being linked to harmful pollution in the Great Lakes. A new bill in the Illinois legislature could make some personal care products illegal because they contain microbeads. Microbeads are …
April 21 2014
Couple, married 61 years, reunited for final days
Illinois
AVON LAKE — You’ll never convince Theresa Saganes and her brothers that anything short of divine intervention enabled her parents to spend their final days together. “We believe it was the hand of God,” the Medina woman said as she sat in the lobby of the Sprenger Health Care Systems Main Street Care Center in Read More... The post Couple, married 61 years, reunited for final days appeared first ...
April 21 2014
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