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Florida criticized for low KidCare enrollment as federal health bonus goes unused
Officials say this can help children receive needed care more quickly. But the bill died in committee, and Rich said it would be "very difficult" to get such measures passed this year with the current economic and political climate. …
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Medical groups pushing Legislature to reduce liability of emergency doctors
The nursing home industry, represented by the Florida Health Care Association, will have people in Tallahassee every Wednesday to lobby against potential Medicaid cuts, said Nancy Zant, administrator of HealthPark Care Center, a 112-bed nursing home …
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Anti-abortion measures gaining traction in Ohio
Another target, House Bill 79, is a bit more complex. In December, Gov. John Kasich signed the measure that would keep health care plans that participate in the state's new health insurance exchange from offering abortion coverage. …
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EDITORIAL, November 23: Do the homework for Medicare enrollment
The new health care bill is complicating an already convoluted Medicare system.
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Community Voices: Health care bill doesn’t need to be reformed
By Kerry Meagher, Community Voices Should the Health Care Reform Bill be repealed? Some people want to repeal the health care reform bill because it is not in our best interest. I would like someone to specify which of the following provisions of the health care bill should be repealed as not being in our best interest. read more
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Obama’s Best Health-Care Fix
Despite voter support for a rollback of the health-care bill, Republicans won’t get a repeal past the president’s desk. Douglas E. Schoen on what Obama can do in the meantime to address voters’ concerns about reducing costs.
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This fall’s open enrollment period is an important opportunity for every employee to get a true view on how their benefits plans may be changing as a result of health care reform. It is also a critical time for employees to ensure that they have the coverage they need at a price they can afford.

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Health Notes: Pay attention during open enrollment for health benefits

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Health benefits open enrollment season is here
If you’re thinking about skipping your company’s open enrollment meetings explaining 2011′s health benefits, think again.

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BALTIMORE — During open enrollment, many workers stick with whatever medical plan they have, but health-care reform might change that.

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Employer plans need a new look after health reform

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BALTIMORE — During open enrollment, many workers stick with whatever medical plan they have, but health-care reform might change that.

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Employer plans need a new look after health reform

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Higher cost is just part of it Many workers during open enrollment usually stick with whatever medical plan they had the year before, but health care reform may change that.

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Eileen Ambrose: What to expect this open-enrollment season

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Remember President Obama’s push for health care reform? I pretty much forgot about it until I received an ‘Important Special Enrollment Notice’ from my health insurance company. And now that most company’s enrollment periods are coming …

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Health Care Reform: Dependent coverage to Age 26

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