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Daily Archives: February 6, 2018

Viewpoints: Time To End Sexual Assaults On Patients; Where Is Funding For Community Health Centers?

Editorial pages highlight these and other health issues.

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State Highlights: Calif. Union Takes Aim At High Health Care Costs; Minn. ‘Failed’ Model Could Serve As Lesson For Amazon

Media outlets report on news from California, Minnesota, Texas, Wisconsin, Florida, Arizona, Tennessee, Georgia, Kansas and Virginia

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Immunotherapy Has Been Touted As Miracle Worker Against Cancer, But It’s Not Effective For Everyone

A test, though, could help pinpoint if a patient’s cancer is unique in just the right way to benefit from the new treatment. In other public health news: floods and toxic chemical sites; prostate cancer; hot tea and esophageal cancer; over-medication in nursing homes; and more.

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There Are Actually A Lot Of Flu Vaccines Out There, And They’re Not All Created Equal

The field is pretty crowded and experts think that some offer better protection than others. Meanwhile scientists are on the hunt for a permanent vaccine.

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Behind The Scenes Of Trump’s War On Opioids Confusion, Uncertainty Reigns Under Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway has taken a leading role in the the Trump administration’s efforts to curb the epidemic, but is reported to be freezing out experts who have experience with public health policy.

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New Conscience Rules To Protect Workers Will Cost Health System $300M In First Year Alone

Costs would average $125 million a year thereafter. Many critics also fear the new rules will allow health workers an excuse not to care for certain patients.

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As Stock Market Slides, Health Systems And Insurers Are Pulled Along

During a difficult day on Wall Street, health systems saw mixed results with no real explanation for why some fared better than others. Morningstar analyst Michael Waterhouse said to “expect to see a corollary drop in health care stock prices.”

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Bipartisan ‘Right-To-Try’ Bill Would Keep FDA In The Loop Which May Ease Pharma Worries

The advocates behind the “right-to-try” movement are likely to be upset about the Food and Drug Administration still playing any role, because they think the agency makes the process more cumbersome.

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What Might Be Next After Medicaid Work Mandates? Lifetime Limits On Adults Access To Coverage

At least five states — Arizona, Kansas, Utah, Maine and Wisconsin — are seeking waivers from the Trump administration to impose lifetime Medicaid coverage limits. Meanwhile, CMS Administrator Seema Verma calls the work requirements “true compassion.”

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States Forced To Ensure ACA Plans Have Enough In-Network Physicians To Make Them Usable

The Trump administration weakened federal oversight as of the beginning of this year. The rule shifts the responsibility for monitoring and enforcing network adequacy to states. Meanwhile, a pro-Affordable Care Act group is launching an ad against Idaho’s recent move to accept health plans that don’t meet the patient protection standards of the ACA.

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