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Trump Vows (Again) To Lower Drug Prices But Skeptics Doubt Much Will Change
Trump Vows (Again) To Lower Drug Prices But Skeptics Doubt Much Will Change

The administration's blueprint proposes 50 actions to reduce what Americans pay for drugs

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Under Trump Proposal, Lawful Immigrants Might Be Inclined To Shun Health Benefits
Under Trump Proposal, Lawful Immigrants Might Be Inclined To Shun Health Benefits

The plan is alarming doctors, hospitals and patient advocates

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Federal Officials Say No-Go To Lifetime Limits On Medicaid
Federal Officials Say No-Go To Lifetime Limits On Medicaid

Critics of time limits, who say such a change would unfairly burden people who struggle financially throughout their lives, cheered the decision

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GDPR Takes Effect in May and Health Care Organizations Need to Get Ready
GDPR Takes Effect in May and Health Care Organizations Need to Get Ready

GDPR was created to ensure companies in the EU and worldwide are better protecting any data collected on EU citizens. GDPR also requires that EU citizens be clearly notified and requires their explicit consent before any personal data is collected and stored

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The Lowedown on Health Law
The Lowedown on Health Law

Administrative Defense Coverage and/or Administrative Proceedings Defense Coverage: Welcome Addition or Necessary "Evil"?

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CMS Proposes Changes to Empower Patients and Reduce Administrative Burden
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CMS Drives Patient-Centered Care over Paperwork in Proposals to Modernize Medicare and Reduce Burden
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Nation's Top Doc Wants The Overdose Antidote Widely On Hand. Is That Feasible?
Nation's Top Doc Wants The Overdose Antidote Widely On Hand. Is That Feasible?

Others caution that his have-naloxone-will-carry recommendation is at best limited in what it can achieve, in part because the drug is relatively expensive

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Congress Urged To Cut Medicare Payments To Many Stand-Alone ERs
Congress Urged To Cut Medicare Payments To Many Stand-Alone ERs

Jacksonville included in 5 city study

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Medical Marijuana's 'Catch-22': Federal Limits On Research Hinder Patients' Relief
Medical Marijuana's 'Catch-22': Federal Limits On Research Hinder Patients' Relief

While 29 states have legalized marijuana to treat pain and other ailments, patients who use marijuana and the doctors who treat them are caught in the middle of a conflict in federal and state laws

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C-SPAN: FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb Talks Opioids to Drug Prices
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Scrutiny Increases on Healthcare Providers in Central Florida
Scrutiny Increases on Healthcare Providers in Central Florida

Practical steps all providers can take today

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CMS Lowers the Cost of Prescription Drugs for Medicare Beneficiaries
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Scrutinizing Medicare Coverage For Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
Scrutinizing Medicare Coverage For Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy

Confusion has surrounded the conditions under which older adults can receive physical, occupational and speech therapy covered by Medicare

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Thousands Mistakenly Enrolled During California's Medicaid Expansion, Feds Find
Thousands Mistakenly Enrolled During California's Medicaid Expansion, Feds Find

In a Feb. 21 report, the HHS' inspector general estimated that California spent $738.2 million on 366,078 expansion beneficiaries who were ineligible

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United States Intervenes In Lawsuit Against Oviedo Company and Businessman Alleging Medicare Fraud
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CMS Proposes Regulation to Alleviate State Burden
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Congress Tackles The Opioid Epidemic. But How Much Will It Help?
Congress Tackles The Opioid Epidemic. But How Much Will It Help?

"We haven't seen the peak of the epidemic. We are seeing the numbers climb year after year"

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FDA Moves To Cut Nicotine In Cigarettes, Helping Smokers Kick Habit
FDA Moves To Cut Nicotine In Cigarettes, Helping Smokers Kick Habit

Stripping cigarettes of all or most of their addictive power could lead 5 million adults to quit smoking within a year of the plan going into place and another 8 million to quit within five years

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CMS Finalizes Coverage of New Sequencing Tests, Enhancing Access for Cancer Patients
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A Health Plan 'Down Payment' Is One Way States Try Retooling Individual Mandate
A Health Plan 'Down Payment' Is One Way States Try Retooling Individual Mandate

Some states are enacting measures to preserve the effects of the mandate by creating their own versions of it

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Two State Bills About to Become Law Will Benefit Independent Docs
Two State Bills About to Become Law Will Benefit Independent Docs

Legislative action helping independent doctors

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Mental Health Funding Tied To Florida's Controversial Gun Legislation
Mental Health Funding Tied To Florida's Controversial Gun Legislation

In today's dollars, Florida is spending 40 percent less on mental health than it did in 2000

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FDA Authorizes Direct-to-consumer Test That Reports Three Mutations in BRCA Genes
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At New Health Office, 'Civil Rights' Means Doctors' Right To Say No To Patients
At New Health Office, 'Civil Rights' Means Doctors' Right To Say No To Patients

"We are institutionalizing a change in the culture of government, beginning with HHS, to never forget that religious freedom is a primary freedom; that it is a civil right"

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