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California Wants to Go Statewide Single-Payer
California Wants to Go Statewide Single-Payer

Could be a teachable moment with $400 billion cost. Entire state budget now stands at $171 billion.

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GOP's Health Bill Could Undercut Some Coverage In Job-Based Insurance
GOP's Health Bill Could Undercut Some Coverage In Job-Based Insurance

Plans offered by large employers have never been required to cover the essential health benefits, so the bill wouldn't change their obligations

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UnitedHealth Doctored Medicare Records, Overbilled U.S. By $1 Billion, Feds Claim
UnitedHealth Doctored Medicare Records, Overbilled U.S. By $1 Billion, Feds Claim
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Preexisting Conditions And Continuous Coverage: Key Elements Of GOP Bill
Preexisting Conditions And Continuous Coverage: Key Elements Of GOP Bill
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AMA Urges Senate Leaders to Focus on Sustaining Insurance Coverage
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CMS Gives States Until 2022 To Meet Medicaid Standards Of Care
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Why Blue States Might Ditch Beloved Obamacare Protections
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CMS Releases Lookup Tool to Help Clinicians Determine their MIPS Participation Status
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Making Informed Decisions on Medical Marijuana
Making Informed Decisions on Medical Marijuana

Orlando symposium to educate healthcare providers on research, proper dosing and legal ramifications

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Medical Marijuana Governance Fails in the Legislature, Responsibility Falls to Department of Health
Medical Marijuana Governance Fails in the Legislature, Responsibility Falls to Department of Health
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A Squeaker In The House Becomes Headache For The Senate: 5 Things To Watch
A Squeaker In The House Becomes Headache For The Senate: 5 Things To Watch

Democrats who lost the battle are still convinced they may win the political war.

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Group Says House-Passed AHCA Is Still Government-Controlled Health Care
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AMA Statement on House Passage of American Health Care Act
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Clock Is Ticking On GOP Bill: 5 Ways Health Care Tug-Of-War May Play Out
Clock Is Ticking On GOP Bill: 5 Ways Health Care Tug-Of-War May Play Out
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Federal Money For State-Level Zika Tracking, Prevention May End This Summer
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HHS, States Move To Help Insurers Defray Costs Of Sickest Patients
HHS, States Move To Help Insurers Defray Costs Of Sickest Patients

Claims above a certain amount would be paid by the government, reducing insurers' financial exposure and allowing them to set lower premiums.

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Conservatives' Goal To Relax Mandatory Health Benefits Unlikely To Tame Premiums
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Sen. Grassley Demands Scrutiny Of Medicare Advantage Plans
Sen. Grassley Demands Scrutiny Of Medicare Advantage Plans

Sen. Chuck Grassley, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, wants the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to explain $125 million in overcharges by insurers.

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Tax Day Is Zero Hour For Health Insurance, Too
Tax Day Is Zero Hour For Health Insurance, Too

Federal income taxes are due April 18 and, likely for several million people, so is a fine for failing to get health insurance.

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Can We Tax Away The Opioid Crisis?
Can We Tax Away The Opioid Crisis?
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CMS Proposes 2018 Medicare Hospital Admissions Payment and Policy Updates and Request for Information

Proposed rule seeks transparency, flexibility, program simplification and innovation to transform the Medicare program

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Repeal, Replace ... Revise: Your Guide To How A Trump Proposal Might Change ACA Insurance
Repeal, Replace ... Revise: Your Guide To How A Trump Proposal Might Change ACA Insurance
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CMS Issues Final Rule to Improve Choice and Stability in 2018 Health Insurance Market
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As Some Holdout States Revisit Medicaid Expansion, New Data Show It Pays Off
As Some Holdout States Revisit Medicaid Expansion, New Data Show It Pays Off
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While Washington Fiddles, Calif. Leaders Forge Ideas For Universal Health Care
While Washington Fiddles, Calif. Leaders Forge Ideas For Universal Health Care

Heath policy experts say that creating any type of universal health plan would face enormous political and fiscal challenges -- and that if it happens at all, it could take years.

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