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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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Sharpening an election-year confrontation over religious freedom and government health insurance rules, the nation’s Catholic hospitals on Friday rejected President Barack Obama’s compromise for providing birth control coverage to their women employees.

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Catholic Church Vows to Fight Contraception Coverage
Print Email Share Comments Recommend Tweet Related Stories Contraception Could Be Free Under Health Care Law Obama Administration Orders Insurers to Pay for Women's Health Screenings, Contraception The Catholic Church is vowing to fight back against …
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GE Capital Finishes 2011 as Leading Middle-Market Healthcare Lender
BETHESDA, Md., Jan 31, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services today announced it ended 2011 as one of the most active capital providers to the US healthcare market, financing more than $ 7 billion to customers in over 200 …
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Five Star Quality Care, Inc. to Present at the UBS Global Healthcare Services
Five Star Quality Care, Inc. is a senior living and healthcare services company which owns, leases and manages senior living communities, including primarily private pay independent and assisted living communities located throughout the US Five Star …
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Catholic Employers Are Mandated To Provide "Morally Compromising Coverage"
Under the new health care law, Catholic employers, such as churches, universities, and hospitals have to provide health care coverage that includes paying for contraception, something the catholic church does not believe in.
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Health-care programs avoid some painful cuts in budget
Doctors and other health-care providers would avoid a proposed 1.25 percent payment decrease for seeing TennCare patients in Gov. Bill Haslam's proposed budget. While the figure may appear small, it carried big consequences. The move would have saved …
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Education, health issues on docket for Legislature
The Senate Finance Committee is expected to hear a bill that would establish a health care exchange in Alaska. An exchange is a marketplace for coverage options. Under the federal health care law, the government could step in and establish exchanges in …
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December 27, 2009 on FOX News with Father Jonathan Morris – via www.atheistmedia.com

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By 2005 there were over 615 Catholic hospitals, some 400 healthcare centers, and over 1500 specialized healthcare homes. These facilities employ almost 600000 employees and accounted for more than 20% of all hospital admissions. …

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By 2005 there were over 615 Catholic hospitals, some 400 healthcare centers, and over 1500 specialized healthcare homes. These facilities employ almost 600000 employees and accounted for more than 20% of all hospital admissions. …

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WASHINGTON — The head of a Catholic health system has denied reports that the decision to put three hospitals in northeastern Pennsylvania up for sale was a result of the health care reform bill passed in March.

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WASHINGTON — The head of a Catholic health system has denied reports that the decision to put three hospitals in northeastern Pennsylvania up for sale was a result of the health care reform bill passed in March.

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