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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. antitrust officials have approved Spectrum Pharmaceuticals’ purchase of cancer drugmaker Allos Therapeutics, a $ 206 million deal aimed at giving Spectrum access to the Allos anti-cancer drug Folotyn.
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Question by : What health care plan can two of us purchase which will cover our medical needs and not have outrageous?
premiums? I believe we may be eligible to continue our current coverages with Kaiser when my spouse retires, but the premium will be $ 1200 monthly. What can we do to get affordable health care? We both have preexisting conditions, and although we are healthy, it makes health care almost out of our reach, when we both have conditions which require several visits to health care providers annually.
Answer by Flower
Kaiser Senior Advantage begins at age 65. It around $ 100 a month plus your Part B Medicare monthly premiums. If you retire before age 65 you would have an individual plan. I suggest contacting an insurance agent and finding out what insurance and what plans are available in your state.
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Fastrack Healthcare Systems, Inc. announced today a new incentive for provider’s to convert to their Internet based Hosting Solution for HME, Respiratory, Home Infusion Pharmacies and Home Healthcare Agencies.
According to Spencer Kay, President of Fastrack, “We are finding many providers torn between deciding on having the software vendor “Host” the software or running it in-house on their own servers. There are pros and cons to both methods and since Fastrack offers both, we can offer an objective opinion. To help providers in making the decision we introduced our new “Convert to Purchase” program.”
The Fastrack Convert to Purchase program allows a provider to start out on the Fastrack Hosted Solution which offers integrated billing, operational & clinical software. At anytime they can bring the system in-house if they find that method meets their needs better. If the client decides to purchase the software license to run on their own server they will receive a substantial discount on the purchase price, in effect receiving partial credit for the monthly hosting fees already paid.
Kay went on to add, “Hosting offers the benefit of a small upfront fee, low monthly payments and Fastrack performing IT functions including; installing upgrades, server maintenance and daily back-ups. On the other hand owning the software license provides more control, ease in interfacing to third party products, potential to take advantage of accelerated depreciation under Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code and should add to the value of the business if the provider decides to sell his/her business.”
Fastrack is the leading provider of software & technology to Home Medical Equipment, Durable Medical Equipment, Respiratory Providers, Home Infusion Pharmacies & Home Health Care Agencies. Only Fastrack offers a solution for each individual segment of Home Care as well as one system encompassing virtually every clinical, operational and financial aspect of a provider offering several or all of these product/service lines within one integrated Microsoft SQL database. For further information contact FASTRACK Healthcare Systems, Inc. 255 Executive Drive, Plainview, N.Y. 11803; 1-800-520-2325, fax: 516-349-8875, or e-mail them at: info(at)fastrk(dot)com or visit their Website: http://www.onlyfastrack.com.
Catalyst Health Solutions Inc. said Wednesday it expects revenue to grow more than 35 percent this year following its acquisition of Walgreen’s pharmacy benefit management business.
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Pfizer Inc. said Wednesday it completed the buyout of FoldRx Pharmaceuticals Inc., a privately held drug discovery and clinical development company.
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CNS News: CNSNews.com asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday where the Constitution authorized Congress to order Americans to buy health insurance–a mandate included in both the House and Senate versions of the health care bill–Pelosi dismissed the question by saying: Are you serious? Are you serious?
HealthSouth to Purchase Sugar Land Rehabilitation Hospital
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — HealthSouth Corporation (NYSE: HLS) today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Sugar Land Rehabilitation Hospital, a 50-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital located in southwest Houston, Texas. “The acquisition of Sugar Land Rehabilitation Hospital extends HealthSouth’s outreach in the Houston market by providing …
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Health care reform is one of the most widely debated topics among politicians today. Recently, a bill was passed that was initially intended to rework the industry in order to provide cheaper health care to all citizens. The method to be employed is to require that everyone purchase health insurance, or face an economic penalty.
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