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Showing 4 articles from February 1, 2017.


Demand For Popular Short-Term Insurance Plans Could Surge If Health Law Is Relaxed

Short-term health plans have been around for decades, bridging coverage gaps for people who are between jobs or have recently graduated from school, among other things. After the health law passed, some people gravitated toward them because they were willing to trade comprehensive coverage for a cheaper sticker price



Hospitals Worry Repeal Of Obamacare Would Jeopardize Innovations In Care

Much has been written about the 20 million people who gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, and what could happen to these patients if the ACA is repealed without a replacement. But some people don't realize that hospitals nationwide could take a big financial hit on several fronts, too.


Medical Society News

Department of Health Enables Physician Designees to Query Drug Database

The Florida Department of Health has finalized a rule that will enable physicians to use designees to query the Prescription Drug Monitoring Database, E- ...


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