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CAPABLE program saves money for seniors with disability
-Medical Xpress - Tue Dec 12 13:07:28 EST 2017
(HealthDay)—The five-month Community Aging in Place, Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE) program is associated with lower Medicaid spending, according to a study published...
It's one of Medicaid's challenges. While low-income people are more likely to struggle with health problems such as smoking and depression, new research shows many are motivated to...
The District government mishandled how it awarded lucrative contracts to manage care for Medicaid beneficiaries and must revaluate proposals by the end of January, an administrativ...
Health care spending rises 4.3% in 2016 | Business | postbulletin.com
-Pos Bulletin - Mon Dec 11 19:04:06 EST 2017
U.S. spending on health care increased 4.3 percent last year to $3.3 trillion, or $10,348 per person, according to an annual report from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Ser...
But Jimmy Kimmel's fight to preserve affordable health care is far from over, as many other children are at risk due to Congress letting the Children's Health Insurance Program (CH...
Fewer Americans are putting off doctor visits or struggling with medical bills, according to a new report examining the effect of the Affordable Care Act. The report – based on a s...
Senate Republicans are divided over whether they should use the months before the 2018 elections trying to cut spending on social programs, including Medicare. Sen. John Thune...
Jimmy Kimmel returns with his son Billy, following heart surgery
-Mashable - Mon Dec 11 19:54:11 EST 2017
Jimmy Kimmel’s son Billy, who was born with congenital heart disease and who has been at the center of the talk show host's arguments around U.S. healthcare, had his second open he...
California, flush with cash from an expanding economy, would eventually spend $1 billion a year to provide health care to immigrants living in the state illegally under a proposal ...
In this Oct. 18, 2017 photo, the Healthcare.gov website is seen on a computer screen in Washington. The government says sign-ups for the Affordable Care Act’s subsidized health in...
Jimmy Kimmel returned to his eponymous show Monday night and brought along his infant son Billy, who had undergone heart surgery the week previous, causing the host to take time of...
Jimmy Kimmel returned to his ABC late night show Monday night and showed off son Billy, after taking off the previous week following Billy’s latest heart surgery. “Look, he’s fine ...
Kimmel brings son on show in health care plea Video - ABC News
-ABC News - Tue Dec 12 13:37:35 EST 2017
We move on to that powerful moment on Jimmy Kimmel last night. You saw him walk out with his little boy Billy just off his second heart surgery last week and he made a passionate p...
(Reuters) - A pharmacy services unit of DaVita Inc will pay $63.7 million to resolve allegations that it improperly billed federal healthcare programs for medications and paid ille...
Open enrollment for health care under former President Barack Obama's health care law ends Dec. 15, and while current Texas enrollment numbers are up from this time last ...
After eight years of federal policies that have been holding back economic progress, it looks like the time for a pro-growth bill has arrived in the form of tax relief for the midd...
Photo: Associated Press Two months after Gilead Sciences’ breakthrough treatment was approved in the U.S. to treat a deadly form of blood cancer, only a tiny handful of patients ha...
(Reuters) - A U.S. trade association representing medical laboratories filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging a new reimbursement system used by the federal government that it said ...
(Reuters) - A U.S. trade association representing medical laboratories filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging a new reimbursement system used by the federal government that it said ...
One pharmaceutical company may be heading toward a cure for sickle cell disease. Bluebird Bio presented promising results for its experimental gene therapy drug at the American Soc...
Jimmy Kimmel brought out his adorable baby Billy on his first day back after his son’s heart surgery. He held back tears as he made an impassioned plea for congress to not cut fund...
Jimmy Kimmel returned to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' this week following his break from the show to take care of his baby son who has been recovering from his latest heart surgery. He was ...
Jimmy Kimmel Slams Congress for Neglecting Healthcare - Rolling Stone
-Rolling Stone - Tue Dec 12 07:03:06 EST 2017
Jimmy Kimmel reentered the national healthcare debate on Monday, ripping congress for failing to fund the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which "covers around nine mill...
Trump Pushes for Return to Moon As Earth Continues to Crumble
-Jezebel - Mon Dec 11 22:08:03 EST 2017
Donald Trump announced today that one of the many pressing goals of his administration is to send astronauts back to the moon, and eventually, Mars. Never mind the many catastrophe...
Thanking his guest hosts who took over the show last week, a visibly choked-up Kimmel joked, "Daddy cries on TV but Billy doesn’t. It’s unbelievable." Jimmy Kimmel returned to his ...
On Monday, Jimmy Kimmel returned to his show and he had a bit of company with him. The late-night comedian emotionally told his audience that the reason why he was absent last week...
“I have been waiting all my life and now I just don’t know what the hell to say!” an overwhelmed Doug Jones told his election night party after his stunning come-from-behind win ov...
On Monday, Jimmy Kimmel returned to his show and he had a bit of company with him. The late-night comedian emotionally told his audience that the reason why he was absent last week...
The number of paying Obamacare customers was just under 10 million by June 2017 — about 2.3 million fewer than the number that selected an Obamacare health plan during open enrollm...
Health risks to farmworkers increase as workforce ages - LA Times
-Los Angeles Times - Thu Dec 14 07:00:58 EST 2017
That bag of frozen cauliflower sitting inside your freezer likely sprang to life in a vast field north of Salinas, Calif. A crew of men and women here use a machine to drop seedlin...
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