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The Hill
First House Republican backs Obama Zika requestDutch Ruppersberger (Md.), Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.), and Collin Peterson (Minn.).
First House Republican backs Obama Zika request
The Hill / Posted 8 minutes ago
Dutch Ruppersberger (Md.), Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.), and Collin Peterson (Minn.). Read more here. http://bit.ly/1rrTB2I Medicaid expansion debate postponed in Texas The Obama administration and Texas have reached an agreement to extend a... Read more
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Al.com
Lawmakers face decisions on new prisons, BP settlementcounties on the front lines of the disaster. The repayments to the ATF would h
Lawmakers face decisions on new prisons, BP settlement
Al.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
counties on the front lines of the disaster. The repayments to the ATF would help free up $70 million for the Alabama Medicaid Agency. That would help cover most of Medicaid's state funding request for next year. "I think it's a good... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Cantwell urges improved health insurance options for Washingtondirectly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many peopl
Cantwell urges improved health insurance options for Washington
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 25 minutes ago
directly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many people who would qualify make too much for Medicaid but say they don’t earn enough to afford the premiums for regular health insurance. So far, only New York and... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
More affordable health insurance option urged for Washingtondirectly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many peopl
More affordable health insurance option urged for Washington
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 33 minutes ago
directly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many people who would qualify make too much for Medicaid but say they don't earn enough to afford the premiums for regular health insurance. So far, only New York and... Read more
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Market Watch
Tenet Healthcare hurt by lawsuit costsper adjusted admission improved 3.7%. Also on a same-hospital basis, uninsured
Tenet Healthcare hurt by lawsuit costs
Market Watch / Posted 33 minutes ago
per adjusted admission improved 3.7%. Also on a same-hospital basis, uninsured plus charity admissions fell 3.8% and Medicaid outpatient visits grew by 46%. Same-hospital health exchange admissions rose 28%, but same-hospital exchange... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
More affordable health insurance option urged for Washingtondirectly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many peopl
More affordable health insurance option urged for Washington
KING5 Seattle / Posted 36 minutes ago
directly with insurance companies on behalf of low income residents. Many people who would qualify make too much for Medicaid but say they don't earn enough to afford the premiums for regular health insurance. So far, only New York and... Read more
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The Hill
HHS, Texas reach deal that delays Medicaid debateextend a temporary program that helps the state’s poor access healthcare, postp
HHS, Texas reach deal that delays Medicaid debate
The Hill / Posted an hour ago
extend a temporary program that helps the state’s poor access healthcare, postponing a contentious debate over ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion. ADVERTISEMENT The Obama administration has raised the possibility of reducing this funding so that it... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraudSTATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) – Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will s
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraud
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted an hour ago
STATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) – Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will spend 18 months in prison after bilking Medicaid and Medicare with inflated bills for patient care he didn’t perform. Wayne Vincent Wilson was sentenced Monday after being... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next weekfor a family of four. Snyder said a state Senate committee is expected to trans
Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted an hour ago
for a family of four. Snyder said a state Senate committee is expected to transfer $20.9 million on Wednesday to expand Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program — programs jointly funded between the state and federal government. The... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Leicester wins English title for 1st time in 132-yr historyin the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previousl
Leicester wins English title for 1st time in 132-yr history
KTVN Reno / Posted an hour ago
in the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previously reported.More >> Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next weekSnyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Authorities: Slaying suspect later shot at family's carin the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previousl
Authorities: Slaying suspect later shot at family's car
KTVN Reno / Posted an hour ago
in the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previously reported.More >> Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next weekSnyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
More U.S. kids have chronic health problems, study findspoor and the underserved more than the those who are not poor and receive more
More U.S. kids have chronic health problems, study finds
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted an hour ago
poor and the underserved more than the those who are not poor and receive more frequent health care," he said. Expanded Medicaid services under the Affordable Care Act should help by providing better access to care for thousands of children,... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraudSTATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) � Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will s
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraud
The Tampa Tribune / Posted an hour ago
STATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) � Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will spend 18 months in prison after bilking Medicaid and Medicare with inflated bills for patient care he didn't perform. Wayne Vincent Wilson was sentenced Monday after being... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Box office top 20: 'The Jungle Book' tops newcomersin the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previousl
Box office top 20: 'The Jungle Book' tops newcomers
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted an hour ago
in the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previously reported.More >> Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next weekSnyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Solar plane leaving California for Arizonain the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previousl
Solar plane leaving California for Arizona
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted an hour ago
in the nation's capital over the weekend, CSX said Monday, not the 15 previously reported.More >> Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next weekSnyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraudSTATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will s
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraud
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted an hour ago
STATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will spend 18 months in prison after bilking Medicaid and Medicare with inflated bills for patient care he didn't perform. Wayne Vincent Wilson was sentenced Monday after being... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Pardee receives 2016 Women’s Choice Awardfrom the American College of Radiology. They have also scored above the nationa
Pardee receives 2016 Women’s Choice Award
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted an hour ago
from the American College of Radiology. They have also scored above the national average on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services patient recommendation measures, or their equivalent. "The Elizabeth Reilly Breast Center team at the... Read more
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Newsmax
Abortion Clinics Fall Victim to Low Costs, Birth Controlconsumer's cost of an abortion has stayed mostly level from what it was 30 year
Abortion Clinics Fall Victim to Low Costs, Birth Control
Newsmax / Posted an hour ago
consumer's cost of an abortion has stayed mostly level from what it was 30 years ago. The problem, however, is that when a Medicaid-level patient has an abortion, she pays a lower rate. The clinics, which purposefully keep costs low for the sake of... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
Detroit Free Press / Posted an hour ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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Daily Journal
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
Daily Journal / Posted an hour ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted an hour ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 2 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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Daily Record
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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MLive.com
No plans for President Obama to publicly drink Flint waterops that involve the president's consumption of the water." Gov. Rick Snyder w
No plans for President Obama to publicly drink Flint water
MLive.com / Posted 2 hours ago
ops that involve the president's consumption of the water." Gov. Rick Snyder was in Flint Monday morning to discuss a Medicaid program from people 21 and under impacted by the water crisis and to fill up water jugs as part of a 30-day promise... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 2 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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York Daily Record
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike suedPharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the
Former Shkreli firm responsible for 5,000% drug hike sued
York Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals neglected to provide and certify accurate pricing data for the drug and failed to assume responsibility for Medicaid rebate liability linked to the medication's sales, the federal lawsuit filed in New York by Impax Laboratories... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
More U.S. kids have chronic health problems, study findspoor and the underserved more than the those who are not poor and receive more
More U.S. kids have chronic health problems, study finds
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 2 hours ago
poor and the underserved more than the those who are not poor and receive more frequent health care,” he said. Expanded Medicaid services under the Affordable Care Act should help by providing better access to care for thousands of children,... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraudSTATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will s
NC physician faces 18 months in prison for healthcare fraud
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 2 hours ago
STATESVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Federal authorities say a North Carolina doctor will spend 18 months in prison after bilking Medicaid and Medicare with inflated bills for patient care he didn't perform. Wayne Vincent Wilson was sentenced Monday after being... Read more
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USA Today
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
USA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KING5 Seattle / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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First Coast News
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
First Coast News / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KTVB Boise / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
State Spending More on Mental Health Care but Waitlist for Beds Grows - State Spending More on Mental Health Care but Waitlist for Beds Grows by Edgar Walters The Texas Tribune May 1 2016 Throughout Mental Health Month in May The Texas Tribune is ...professionals to practice in underserved areas, an expansion of innovative beha
State Spending More on Mental Health Care but Waitlist for Beds Grows - State Spending More on Mental Health Care but Waitlist for Beds Grows by Edgar Walters The Texas Tribune May 1 2016 Throughout Mental Health Month in May The Texas Tribune is ...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
professionals to practice in underserved areas, an expansion of innovative behavioral health care programs paid for by Medicaid and new telemedicine regulations intended to make it easier for patients to connect with psychiatrists remotely. In... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spendingstate spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than med
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 2 hours ago
state spending on social services — which are generally less expensive than medical costs — to spending on Medicare and Medicaid and to residents' health. Many state officials, including those here, say Medicaid claims are busting their budgets... Read more
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