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Survey: Percent of uninsured Texans has declined since September 2013
Texas
( Rice University ) The percentage of uninsured adults ages 18 to 64 in Texas declined from 24.8 to 23.5 between September 2013 and March 2014, according to a report released today by Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Episcopal Health Foundation. The decrease in uninsured appears to be attributable to an increase in employer-sponsored health insurance.
April 19 2014
Employers Challenged by Employee Engagement, Outcomes-based Health Incentives, and Price Transparen
Texas
DALLAS, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Texas employers say their biggest challenges in 2014 include engaging and empowering employees to make better health and health care decisions, evaluating health exchanges, and dealing with the lack of health care price transparency. ...
April 19 2014
Price of New Hepatitis C Drugs Not So Daunting After All
Texas
While the $84,000 price of Gilead Sciences Inc.’s (GILD) Sovaldi has riled lawmakers and public health advocates, doctors say this new generation of hepatitis C drugs may actually help cut costs.
April 15 2014
In Houston, Pelosi outlines her sense of women's priorities
Texas
Nancy Pelosi's Houston visit included a stop Tuesday evening at Rice University's Baker Institute to discuss issues ranging from health care and education to foreign policy.
April 06 2014
UPDATE: Man Shot By Off-Duty Stevens County Detective Identified
Texas
STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. - The man who was shot and killed by an off-duty Stevens County Deputy near Rice, Washington on Tuesday has been identified as 41-year-old Brendon Keith Wright. The Stevens County Coroner said Wright died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. He was from western Washington.
April 05 2014
Ribbon cut: University Health Center expansion ready for patients
Texas
 SAN ANTONIO -- The largest construction project in Bexar County history is officially done. Saturday, the ribbon was cut on the much-anticipated expansion at the University Health Center. The construction project greatly increases the hospital's capacity to serve the people of South Texas. County leaders are very proud of this project, calling it "beyond state-of-the-art." At a price tag of ...
March 31 2014
Obamacare Causes Merk, Glaxo to End Co-Pay Assistance
Texas
Abandoning a long-held industry tradition, GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) and Merck & Co. (MRK) won’t help low-income Obamacare patients pay for their high-priced drugs.
March 29 2014
Obamacare Spurs Merck, Glaxo to End Co-Pay Aid; Boost to Middle Class a Kickback? 
Texas
Abandoning a long-held industry tradition, GlaxoSmithKline Plc and Merck & Co. won't help low-income Obamacare patients pay for their high-priced drugs. In the case of Amgen Inc.'s Neulasta for chemotherapy patients, the company pays as much as $10,000 a year to help patients get the medicine. "This can be a significant issue for a middle-income family," said Mit Spears, general counsel at ...
March 29 2014
NM residents seek adequate brain injury rehab in El Paso
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- A growing number of New Mexico families are traveling to rehab facilities in El Paso to adquateget adequate care for brain injuries. Managers of Mentis Neuro Rehabilitation in El Paso said they've seen a substantial number of New Mexico patients in recent months, especially young adults. ...
March 29 2014
Murder suspect has history of assault charges
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The man authorities arrested on Saturday on suspicion of a killing in east El Paso has a history of assault charges. Alberto Mendiola has been booked in the El Paso County jail on suspicion in the death of Anthony Bowler. ...
March 29 2014
Texas screens jurors for trial of man charged with killing prosecutors
Texas
By Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - A Texas court on Friday began screening thousands of potential jurors to serve in the October trial of a case that dominated headlines last year, when a man was accused of shooting dead three people, including two prosecutors. Nearly 3,000 people have been summoned to come to the Rockwall County court for the jury panel in the trial of Eric Williams, a former ...
March 28 2014
Moving Up Mental Health
Texas
Maurice Dutton understands the feeling of complete helplessness in the face of mental illness. His son Michael was diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 14. Three years later, in 1980, he was involuntarily admitted to Austin State Hospital after local facilities proved inadequate to help him. For the rest of his son’s life, Maurice watched Michael’s [...]
March 17 2014
UNTHSC scientists begin work to identify bones buried at Fla. boys' school
Fort Worth, Texas
FORT WORTH -- Inside the University of North Texas's Health Science Center, there are bones to be sanded, cut out, and washed. It’s procedure and precision that counts in the lab, but it’s not without feeling. Each scientist knows they’re working to heal a family’s devastating pain. "There isn’t a price tag you can put on identifying someone’s loved one," said associate professor Rhonda Roby ...
March 07 2014
UNT scientists begin work to identify bones buried at Fla. boys' school
Center, Texas
FORT WORTH -- Inside the University of North Texas's Health Science Center, there are bones to be sanded, cut out, and washed. It’s procedure and precision that counts in the lab, but it’s not without feeling. Each scientist knows they’re working to heal a family’s devastating pain. "There isn’t a price tag you can put on identifying someone’s loved one," said associate professor Rhonda Roby ...
March 06 2014
Many Texans struggling to pay for health service as Affordable Care Act is about to launch
Texas
( Rice University ) Many Texans were struggling to pay for basic health services on the eve of the launch of the Affordable Care Act's Health Insurance Marketplace, according to a report released today by Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Episcopal Health Foundation. The report also found that even those with health insurance reported dissatisfaction with the cost and ...
February 22 2014
Drug smugglers have a new cargo: cheap prescription meds from Mexico
Industry, texas
Pharmacists across the border draw U.S. citizens looking to buy cheaper prescription drugs in Nogales, Mexico, in this 2003 file photo. The difference in the price of drugs sold in Mexico and the U.S. equivalent can be significant. Photo by Norma Jean Gargasz/Getty Images MARFA, Texas — In borderland Texas, a widespread lack of health insurance is linked to poverty and high rates of diseases ...
February 20 2014
Mexican smugglers have a new cargo: cheap prescription drugs
Texas
Pharmacists across the border draw U.S. citizens looking to buy cheaper prescription drugs in Nogales, Mexico, in this 2003 file photo. The difference in the price of drugs sold in Mexico and the U.S. equivalent can be significant. Photo by Norma Jean Gargasz/Getty Images MARFA, Texas — In borderland Texas, a widespread lack of health insurance is linked to poverty and high rates of diseases ...
February 18 2014
East Texas students grill Gohmert on Obamacare, gay marriage, immigration
Texas
U.S. Congressman Louie Gohmert speaks to students Wednesday at Carlisle High School in Price. Gohmert visited the 1A high school at the behest of students in David Minnix’s government class, who invited him to visit and answer a few questions.
February 15 2014
Rice, UTMB develop diagnostic test for cryptosporidiosis
Texas
Bioengineers at Rice University and the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston have developed a simple, highly sensitive and efficient test for the diarrheal disease cryptosporidiosis that could have great impact on global health.
February 11 2014
Family testimony describes murder suspect as a "typical teenager"
Rice, Texas
BISBEE — With the prosecution’s effort to establish the actions of Theodore Ramos in the early morning hours when he allegedly killed a man and sexually assaulted his wife in Sierra Vista finished, Ramos’ attorney began to present his case Wednesday, starting with testimony from several of the defendant’s family members. Defense attorney Perry Hicks called three members of Ramos’ family to the ...
February 11 2014
Borderland clinics hit with high patient volume as Obamacare kicks in
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas - Health providers in El Paso have seen a surge of new patient traffic as dozens of Borderland residents use their Obamacare insurance for the first time. Summit Urgent Care in east El Paso has seen a spike in new patients since the new year. ...
January 14 2014
Wonkblog: Wonkbook: The price of Obamacare obstructionism
Texas
What if the states had cooperated?
January 12 2014
Gail Kerr: Ray Price provides lesson on end-of-life care this Christmas season
Texas
Country music icon Ray Price has voluntarily ceased all cancer treatments and has gone home to spend his last days pain-free and comfortable, thanks to hospice care.
January 10 2014
Country music legend Ray Price leaving hospital for Mount Pleasant home, leaves final message for f
Texas
From East Texas Medical Center:Country Music Hall of Fame member and American country music singer Ray Price, 87, plans to leave East Texas Medical Center in Tyler today to go to his home in Mt. Pleasant
January 10 2014
Family of hit-and-run victim: 'Thank you for answering our prayers'
El Paso, Texas
By: Jesse Martinez and Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas - An arrest was made in the case of a car accident that killed an 18-year-old pregnant woman and her prematurely delivered child. As KFOX14 previously reported, Alma Reaux was in an altercation with the driver of an SUV when she was hit by the vehicle on Nov. ...
January 10 2014
Costs for complications from cancer surgical care extremely high
Texas
( Rice University ) Although complications from surgical care for cancer patients may seem infrequent, the costs associated with such outcomes are extremely high, according to researchers from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Their findings were reported in the Dec. 30 online edition of the journal Cancer.
January 09 2014
Rice University, MD Anderson analyze complications on costs of complex cancer surgery
Texas
Although complications from surgical care for cancer patients may seem infrequent, the costs associated with such outcomes are extremely high, according to researchers from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
January 09 2014
Inside the Beltway: Pricey health care doesn't guarantee a long life
Frisco, texas
The lousy sign-up website cost a bundle, a fact that will not disappear no matter how much the White House pivots from one issue to the next to deflect public interest away from Obamacare. Numbers persist on the radar. Consider that HealthCare.gov has been allocated $1 billion ...
December 21 2013
Country star Ray Price leaves hospital to spend 'final days' at home after cancer treatment
Texas
TYLER, Texas - Country music star Ray Price is to begin hospice care at his Texas home. That's after his discharge from a hospital where he was being treated for cancer. A statement issued by East Texas Medical Center in Tyler says Price was discharged Thursday and will receive hospice care at ...
December 20 2013
Price of 'affluenza' is too much
Austin, Texas
In a court case that exposes the pathology of the super rich, not to mention the fallibility of our judicial system, a 16-year-old in Texas learned last week that if you're stinking rich, you won't be held accountable for your actions. Not even when you've killed four people.
December 18 2013
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