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2014/07/30 14:43
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Connecticut outperforms most states in addressing elder long-term care, but needs to improve support for family caregivers, transitions between hospitals and other settings and affordability of...
2014/07/30 14:43
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2014/07/30 13:57
2014/07/30 13:57
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Nearly six of 10 previously uninsured Californians gained medical coverage through the nation's health care law during its first open-enrollment period, according to the most detailed study to date on...
2014/07/29 21:45
2014/07/29 21:45
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One of the more positive sounding admonitions from health care reform opponents was that the United States had "the best health care in the world," so why would you mess with it? Well, it's true that...
2014/07/28 23:25
2014/07/28 23:25
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The single biggest cause of personal bankruptcy in the United States isn’t job loss or irresponsible use of credit. It’s medical expenses. An analysis this year by NerdWallet Health found that about...
2014/07/28 18:00
2014/07/28 18:00
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Remember how Democrats rushed into passing President Obama's Affordable Care Act back in 2010 while they still had the votes? Now health care for millions teeters on a typo. The fate of ACA, also...
2014/07/28 10:43
2014/07/28 10:43
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Kentucky ranked last in the Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities and Family Caregivers, which was produced by AARP Public Policy Institute...
2014/07/26 07:57
2014/07/26 07:57
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The states, Justice Louis Brandeis famously pointed out, are the laboratories of democracy. And it�s still true. For example, one reason we knew or should have known that Obamacare was workable was...
2014/07/26 06:13
2014/07/26 06:13
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Remember how Democrats rushed into passing President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act back in 2010 while they still had the votes? Now health care for millions teeters on a typo. The fate of ACA,...
2014/07/26 01:09
2014/07/26 01:09
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Tracy Hume, a freelance writer who lives in Greeley, and a reader of Thinking About Health columns, recently sent along this provocative question. “Do ER-affiliated urgent care providers ever try to...
2014/07/25 00:51
2014/07/25 00:51
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By the end of the first day of competition host country Scotland had amassed 10 medals - four gold, three silver and three bronze. England was in the lead amongst the home nations with 17 medals...
2014/07/24 22:45
2014/07/24 22:45
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One of the more positive sounding admonitions from health care reform opponents was that the United States had "the best health care in the world," so why would you mess with it? Well, it's true that...
2014/07/24 21:03
2014/07/24 21:03
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Milestones of the day from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games: LUNCHED - Australia's athletics queen Sally Pearson and rugby sevens captain Ed Jenkins with Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. FIRST - Medal...
2014/07/24 09:13
2014/07/24 09:13
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More than 40,000 gathered to watch the arrival of the Queen’s baton to mark the official start of the games at Celtic Park. In the opening song Glasgow-born Dr Who actor actor John Barrowman and...
2014/07/24 01:47
2014/07/24 01:47
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Glasgow gave the world a warm, Scottish welcome at a Commonwealth Games ceremony full of humour, music and featuring a major fundraising appeal. The spectacle at Celtic Park marked the official start...
2014/07/23 20:52
2014/07/23 20:52
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The Commonwealth Fund�s survey found that more than half (54 percent) said their new plan included all or most of the doctors they wanted. Sixty percent of the newly insured said they had gone to a...
2014/07/23 13:53
2014/07/23 13:53
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Web-only letters to the editor, July 23, 2014 Dispatch.com regularly will post letters to the editor that don't make it to print in The Dispatch. Unlike letters to the editor that appear in the...
2014/07/23 02:08
2014/07/23 02:08
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GLASGOW 2014’s opening ceremony will fire the starting gun on a revolution in global fundraising for needy kids. An unprecedented collaboration between organisers and children’s charity Unicef will...
2014/07/22 22:17
2014/07/22 22:17
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Damages paid to patients who suffered poor care in hospital have tripled in a year to £15million – after thousands of nurses were axed. More than 400 patients or their families were awarded...
2014/07/22 18:05
2014/07/22 18:05
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Joint press releaseGlasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony first to feature a Commonwealth-wide fundraiser for children Joint release from the Commonwealth Games Federation, Glasgow 2014 and UNICEF LONDON, 22...
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2014/07/22 10:08
2014/07/22 10:08
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The New York Times reports that standards are being developed to protect consumers' choices of doctors and hospitals under the health law's new insurance plans. Also, the Wall Street Journal checks in...
2014/07/30 14:43
2014/07/30 14:43
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