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Daily Archives: January 23, 2018

Viewpoints: Letting People Opt Out Of The ACA Is Dangerous For All; CHIP Passes But ‘Urgent’ Issues Remain

Opinion writers from around the country weigh in on a range of health care issues.

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Different Takes: The Assaults On The ACA Create ‘Risks For Everyone’; Congress Steps Up On CHIP, But Other Issues Still Unresolved

Edidtorial pages feature thoughts on these topics as well as perspectives on state developments regarding Medicaid eligibility and expansion.

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State Highlights: Mass.’s New Health Plan Limits Irk Unions; Ark. Nursing Home ‘Failed’ To Address Infestation

Media outlets report on news from Vermont, Florida, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Georgia, Maryland and Michigan.

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Ultrasounds Are Next Up On Minn. Anti-Abortion Group’s Agenda

Abortion rights groups, however, say any legislation requiring centers to ask if women want to see their ultrasounds would be redundant. “Doctors ought to be giving their patients all the information they can to make an informed decision, and we assume that’s happening,” said Andrea Ledger, the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota.

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New Day, New Take: Epic Gets Thumbs Up In Minneapolis for Innovation

After adding to a barrage of criticism levied at the electronic health record company, Fairview Health Services alters its stance and says “they are uniquely positioned to support collaboration for innovation in healthcare.”

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You’re More Likely To Die In The Hospital Over The Weekend, And Doctors Don’t Really Know Why

There is speculation, though, that people who come in during off-hours are inherently sicker than those who come in during business hours. In other public health news: the psychological damage from sexual harassment, trees and depression, the Tide Pod challenge, screen time, asthma and more.

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Officials Had Hoped Flu Was Peaking But Number Of Cases Is Still Climbing

This season isn’t as severe as 2014-2015, but the transmission is at its worst since the 2009 pandemic.

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Opioid Panel Member Slams Inaction Over Epidemic: Government Is Just ‘Reshuffling Chairs On The Titanic’

Former Democratic Rep. Patrick Kennedy, who serves on the president’s bipartisan opioid commission, criticizes Washington’s unwillingness to put money behind the efforts to fight the crisis: “You can’t expect to stem the tide of a public health crisis that is claiming over 64,000 lives per year without putting your money where your mouth is.”

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Only Select Number Of Doctors To Get Pay Increase Through Medicare Performance Program

Instead, the “overwhelming majority” will see a neutral pay bump.

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Kan. Lawmaker Says Governor Weighing Changes To Restrictions On Medicaid

The chairman of the Kansas House Health Committee, who has been negotiating with officials from Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration on Medicaid, says there are signs of compromise over plans for the managed care system. In other Medicaid news, Oregon voters today make decisions on funding, and the plan by Louisiana’s governor to cut services if new taxes aren’t accepted could have wide impact.

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