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As health care law nears, Crescent lands grant
Soon health insurance will be available for all. However, the new federal law governing the rollout and the enrollment process promise to be complex. Crescent Community Health Center in Dubuque hopes to help tri-state residents through the process, and …
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What now? Q&A about latest snag in federal health care law
FILE – In this March 23, 2010 file photo, President Barack Obama signs the health care bill, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. President Barack Obama's health care law, hailed as his most significant legislative achievement, seems to …
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For US Employers, Health Care Reform Is a Watching and Waiting Game
Comments. Understanding the implementation plans for the health care law passed in 2010 is a complicated job for even the most seasoned policy wonks. A cascading series of deadlines, operating systems, and reporting rules have to be arranged, tested, …
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More at therealnews.com n the second part of our interview with Deborah Burger, Deborah explains why nurses are supporting HR 676 as the solution to the health coverage problems of the US. Deborah explains how the inclusion of private insurance companies in the provision of health care has created the problems that the US has, that other countries do not. For this reason, Obama’s plan cannot resolve the problem as it does not remove the insurance companies from the picture.

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SCCC gets $1.6M grant for health care programs
Newton Sussex County Community College is part of the Northern New Jersey Health Professions Pathways Program that recently received a five-year, $24M grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.

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Cons disagree which a check (H.R. 3200) allows for genocide panels as well as advance of personal freedoms as well as choices; a libs appear to be arguing which these points have been not privately in a check as well as have been things …

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Progenics Pharmaceuticals Inc. said Wednesday it received a $4.1 million federal grant to develop a treatment for a bacterium associated with drug-resistant infections.

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Progenics gets $4.1M grant for infection treatment

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With health care reform extending insurance coverage to hundreds of thousands of San Diego County residents, the grant will help fill openings expected at hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices, dental centers, medical laboratories and other health facilities

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County gets $25 million to train health workers

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ViiV Healthcare today announced the grant awardees of the Positive Action Southern Initiative, focused on supporting African American and Latino populations in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi to help high-risk HIV/AIDS individuals and provide linkages to HIV/AIDS care and treatment adherence. Â

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ViiV Healthcare Awards Southern Initiative Grants to Reduce HIV Disparities Among African Americans and Latinos

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Pawlenty said he will require all state agencies to funnel their federal grant requests through his office in order to “stop Minnesota’s participation in projects that are laying the groundwork for a federally controlled health care

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Tim Pawlenty Deprives Minnesota of Health Care Cash to Pander to …

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Federal grant to include $21M for Northwest Ga. and Northeast Ala. to improve broadband access
A $21 million grant to expand broadband access in Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama is one of several projects included in the latest round of federal stimulus package awards. “This is huge….

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UAMS Receives $102 Million Grant to Improve Broadband in Arkansas
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock announced Wednesday that it received a $102 million grant to create or upgrade broadband Internet connections at nearly 500 health care and education sites across Arkansas.

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