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Scripps Health, one of the nation’s largest private, nonprofit health-care organizations, will cut as much as $12 million in clinical lab spending as part of a strategy to off-set what it calls “the significant and unexpectedly swift financial challenges posed by [the federal government's] health-care reform.”
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Better Health contributor “e-Patient Dave” deBronkart is a keynote speaker at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 22nd Annual “National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care” Tue, Dec 7 – Wed, Dec 8. Orlando, FL …
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The big debate in politics for the last 8 years or so is whether to nationalize health care. Many people feel that heath insurance and health care is a god.
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Should Health Care be Nationalized? – 7840th Edition | Health Blog
Drug and medical product Baxter International Inc. said Thursday its third-quarter profit grew 12 percent to beat expectations as sales of medication delivery devices improved and it cut costs.
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Better sales, lower costs boost Baxter 3Q profit
GOP candidates bash health care reform on the stump but take advantage of it in private Republicans are making health care reform a huge issue in the Nov. 2 election, with candidates vowing to block national reform from being implemented in Wisconsin because the free market allegedly is superior to government-aided health care. Yet these same Republican candidates—Ron Johnson, for U.S. Senate …
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Republican Hypocrisy on Health Care
Health care fraud is a serious and costly problem that affects every patient and every taxpayer across our nation. The financial losses due to health care fraud are estimated to range from $70 billion to a staggering $234 billion a year …
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DocuBase Article: Combating Health Care Fraud in a Post-Reform …
During the West Virginia Senate debate on Oct. 18, 2010, Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin and Republican businessman John Raese sparred over a number of topics, including the Democratic-backed health care law passed earlier this year.
20 percent to 40 percent. and the elimination of lifetime medical reimbursement limits.