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Florida Vascular Doctor Allegedly Took $26M In Insurance Scam To Fund Political Aspirations

Feb 19, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
From September 2015 to this month, Dr. Moses deGraft-Johnson submitted scores of fraudulent claims to health insurers, including Medicare, Medicaid and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, court papers...
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Philips' Cindy Gaines talks changing role of population health, advice to women in health tech

Feb 19, 2020 laura.lovett@himssmedia.com (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
Gaines discusses how the primary care provider's role is rapidly changing to include managing more aspects of the patient's...
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Bipartisan Bliss? DC Health Confab Shows Three Slightly Cynical Secrets Are Key

Feb 19, 2020 , Forbes
While political conflict grabs headlines, bipartisan harmony reigned at a recent D.C. health policy. Three slightly cynical secrets plus a carefully crafted agenda, explain...
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Headache Or Brain Trauma? Testing Tools In Military Arena Fall Short Of Diagnosing Soldiers’ Most Common Injury

Feb 19, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
The New York Times explains why the numbers of soldiers with brain injuries kept rising after Iran's missile attack and how CT scans and blood tests often come up short. Public health news is on pelvic exams, dementia, transplants, end-of-life care, genetic research, child abuse, pollution, foot health, assisted living care, test results, shingles, tattoos, alcoholic liver disease, and safe sex, as...
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Video Raises Questions About Bloomberg’s Views On Health Care For Older Americans

Feb 19, 2020 , Forbes
The former New York City mayor made controversial comments about providing healthcare for older Americans with chronic...
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The CIO In 2020 And Beyond

Feb 19, 2020 , Forbes
As the caretaker of information in an organization, the modern CIO should have a seat at the business...
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Amazon Care, the company's virtual medical clinic, is now live for Seattle employees

Feb 19, 2020 , CNBC Health
The company has been working on Amazon Care for several years as a pilot project. The app provides virtual medical consultations, as well as a way to schedule a follow-up visit from a health professional to a patient's home or...
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NICU nurse reunited with her patient from three decades ago while treating his son

Feb 19, 2020 , CNN Health
Little Zayne Caldwell's early arrival into this world led to a surprise reunification for his father and a nurse who cared for them both....
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Nonprofit Hospitals That Can Afford It Most Tend To Offer Disproportionately Low Amount Of Charity Care

Feb 19, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Whereas the lowest-earning hospitals dedicated $72.30 of every $100 of net income to charity care, the top earning hospitals devoted just $11.50 to charity care for the uninsured. Other hospital news comes out of North Carolina, Iowa, Florida and California....
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State Highlights: Advocates, Audit Fault Ability Of Georgia Agencies To Oversee Mental Health, Senior Care; Massachusetts Bill Aims To Improve ‘Profoundly Broken’ Mental Health System

Feb 19, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Massachusetts, California, Texas, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, District of Columbia, Nebraska, Maryland, North Carolina, Michigan, West Virginia, and...
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Screen for Cervical Cancer Every 3 Years: More Is a 'Waste'

Feb 19, 2020 , RxList
A unique study from New Mexico, which took into account all information from the entire state, regardless of the women's insurance provider, insurance coverage, healthcare provider, and location, shows that screening every 3 years dramatically reduces the rate of cervical...
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Bloomberg Said U.S. Should Deny Treatment To Old People With Chronic Disease

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
If Democratic Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg was 95 years old and had prostate cancer, he could afford extreme medical care to improve and extend his...
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Nonprofit hospitals with healthiest finances offer little charity care

Feb 18, 2020 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Among nonprofit hospitals, those with the highest net incomes tend to devote the smallest proportion of their earnings to providing free care to uninsured patients and low-income people who struggle to pay their bills, a U.S. study suggests....
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Nebraska's specialized medical care has handled Ebola. Now it's taking on the novel coronavirus

Feb 18, 2020 , CNN Health
Nebraska's state slogan "Honestly, it's not for everyone," should have an asterisk, because everyone with even the trickiest disease seems welcome at Nebraska's largest medical facility....
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The $50+ Billion Consulting Industry Supporting Healthcare That You May Not Know About

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
Modern healthcare is supported by a robust consulting and services industry....
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1912-2020: Presidents Who Changed Health Care In America

Feb 18, 2020 , Forbes
Since 1789 Americans have sworn in an elected official as the President of the United States. And since George Washington took his oath of office, the health of Americans has been top of mind. However, what that means – and what role the federal government has played – has changed significantly....
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As Biden Sinks, Bloomberg Becomes Obamacare Protector

Feb 17, 2020 , Forbes
Mike Bloomberg has made protecting the Affordable Care Act signed into law 10 years ago by President Obama a key part of his presidential...
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Advocates Cheer Growing Trend Allowing Babies In Workplace Even In States Where Family Leave Is Available

Feb 15, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Bosses and co-workers have to support the idea, but due to multiple financial factors young families face, including the high costs of child care, parents are learning that toting junior to the office can be very rewarding. Public health news is on transgender treatments, sex-linked cancers, rare diseases, aging population boom, weight loss drug danger, measles, STDs screenings, clock switching, coffee habits, chronic fatigue, gene-editing technology and air pollution, as...
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Viewpoints: No Surprise That No One Seriously Plans To Fix Surprise Medical Bills; ‘Medicare For All’ Isn’t What’s Hurting Warren, Other Dems

Feb 15, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Opinion writers weigh in on these health care issues and...
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Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Feb 15, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Newsletter editor Brianna Labuskes wades through hundreds of health care policy stories each week, so you don't have...
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