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Daily Archives: January 16, 2018

Viewpoints: Require Brain Exams For Presidents’ Physicals; Ensure Healthy Life For Babies; Are We Ready To Halt Spread of Disease?

A selection of opinions on health care from news outlets around the country.

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Parsing The Policies: Is It Safe to Give Medicaid Work Requirements A Try? Are They Going To Backfire?

Last week’s decision by the Trump administration to add work requirements to the Medicaid program drew both praise and criticism from opinion writers across the country.

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State Highlights: Mass. Lawmakers Urge Investigation Of Nursing Home Company; Measles Exposure Possible At Chicago’s O’Hare Airport

Media outlets report on news from Massachusetts, Illinois, California, Connecticut, New York and Minnesota.

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Community Meeting Highlights Rift Between Nashville General And Meharry Medical College

Recent developments between Nashville General Hospital and Meharry Medical College officials could impact inpatient care at the city’s only public hospital. Outlets also report on hospital and health system news from Maryland, Ohio and Illinois.

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Hype Of Precision Medicine Getting Too Far Ahead Of The Facts, Experts Worry

“We’re getting better, but like many things in life, there’s hope and hype. And that’s also the reality with precision medicine right now,” says Ben Park, an oncology professor at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Hopkins. In other public health news: breast cancer, skin lightening, in-womb surgery, musical therapy, salty diets, and more.

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Vicious Flu Season Reveals Weaknesses In Health System That Don’t Bode Well For Future Pandemics

This season’s severe virus is straining hospitals. But if something as foreseeable as the flu is too much for the medical system to handle, what does that say about future public health crises?

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Maps Of Opioid-Related HIV Outbreak Shows The Multiple Times It Could Have Been Stopped

New visualizations of Indiana’s HIV outbreak that was linked to the opioid crisis give a clearer picture of who was affected and how it spread.

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Veteran Suing VA Hospital Claiming Doctor Left Scalpel In His Body After Surgery

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat, says he was appalled and stunned by the “egregious medical malpractice case” and is asking for a detailed explanation of the incident.

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Congressional Budget Cuts Leave Safety-Net Hospitals Facing Shortfalls

The hospitals are facing $3.6 billion in federal funding reductions and could be left with other cuts too if Congress doesn’t extend some programs that could be affected by the budget stalemate. Also caught up by the congressional inaction is the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

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With Individual Mandate Scrapped, Employers Say ‘It’s Our Turn’

Employers have long-chafed at what they see as the onerous rules that came with the Affordable Care Act. But now that Congress has killed the individual mandate, employers say that their requirements should be the next to go. In other news: Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.)says he expects bipartisan legislation aimed at stabilizing the marketplace to pass in the coming months; the Trump administration could approve short-term insurance plans soon; and a look at the health law and enrollment in the states.

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