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California's health insurance rates for a new state-run marketplace came in lower than expected this week, but one downside for many consumers will be far fewer doctors and hospitals to choose from. People who want UCLA Medical Center and its doctors in...
With 400,000 new patients expected to enroll in health insurance plans in Connecticut under the Affordable Care Act, it's imperative for the legislature to pass a measure to untie the hands of advanced practice registered nurses to allow them to keep...
State health regulators suspended the licenses of several abortion clinics owned by Associates in OB/GYN Care for the second time after an employee with no health care license or certification gave a patient a drug to induce an abortion at the Baltimore...
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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite expert guidelines advising against intense sports activity for people with implanted heart defibrillators, a new study suggests that some can compete without serious consequences. Researchers followed 372 athletes with...
As reported by ModernHealthcare.com on Thursday, May 23, 2013: "After 30 hours of debate over a three-week period, the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed a bipartisan immigration bill that would seek to strengthen the country's healthcare workforce...
The recently completed affiliation between Hoag Hospital and St. Joseph Health (SJH) was the result of a thoughtful process by both organizations and their boards of directors. Our combined purpose was to create a collaborative network of care —...
Bulldozers have arrived at the former Jewel Osco site in downtown Wheaton, demolishing the building that has been vacant for several years. It'll make way for a new DuPage Medical Group building, which is expected to bring in new jobs and more...
The Hartford CourantFour people were arrested this week as the result of an investigation into Medicaid fraud that has already produced four arrests and one jail sentence for a former physician. The four allegedly plotted with former Plainville physician Richard Luzietti...
Tags: Health Insurance, East Hartford, Plainville, Punishment, Crimes
INDIANAPOLIS - Two Indiana hospital systems say they're both cutting an undisclosed number of jobs by June 30 because of increasing economic and competitive pressure on the health care industry. Indianapolis-based St. Vincent Health and Evansville-...
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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A web-based decision-making tool that alerts heart doctors when diagnostic tests would not be useful for a specific patient can curb wasteful procedures, according to a new study. "This educational tool helps doctors determine...
Defense attorneys for a woman charged in the 2008 killing of an aspiring model and actress found strangled in a Santa Monica apartment rested their case Wednesday without calling their client to testify. Closing arguments were expected to begin...
ReutersBy Jason McLure May 20 (Reuters) - Vermont on Monday became the fourth U.S. state to end legal penalties for doctors who prescribe medication to terminally ill patients seeking to end their own lives. The law, which includes a number of safeguards...
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