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Pharmaceutical companies accused of inflating prescription drug prices are paying the state of Hawaii $82 million to settle the claims.
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An estimated 112,400 Hawaii residents will qualify in 2014 for new tax credits intended to offset the cost of private health insurance. The program, under the nation’s health care reform law, could result in $432 million in tax reductions for Hawaii residents that year, according to a report released today.
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Cashing in on health care reform
Republican James “Duke” Aiona and Democrat Neil Abercrombie sparred Thursday over how national health care reform will impact Hawaii’s 36-year-old law that requires businesses to provide health insurance to full-time workers.
Hawaii’s Prepaid Healthcare Act, passed in 1974, will continue to require private employers to offer health insurance to employees who work more than 20 hours per week and for more than four consecutive weeks. …
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Exemption from national health-care law no boon to Hawaii business
As for health care obligations, seven states (Alaska, Hawaii, Connecticut, Kentucky, New Jersey, Michigan and West Virginia) have unfunded non-pension benefits in excess of 10% of state income. In Alaska its 20%. …
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HearUSA Introduces AARP Hearing Care Program for Americans Aged 50+ in Hawaii Today
Designed to help millions of Americans aged 50+ who have hearing loss, the AARP Hearing Care program, provided by HearUSA , is being launched in Hawaii today as part of a nationwide rollout.
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