Don't Give Up on Health Care Cost Control New York Times (blog) Physicians seem otherwise not strongly inclined to adopt payment reform or modernize the health care delivery system. But we can give doctors what they want — the end of the S.G.R.
Two New York City hospitals are getting serious about childhood obesity by writing prescriptions for fruits and vegetables. But they're not the only ones addressing the weighty problem in innovative ways.
kgw.com Oregon to spend $20 million promoting health law The State The ads are the beginning of a push to introduce the public to Cover Oregon, the online marketplace where individuals and small businesses can shop for health insurance coverage and...
A CMS rule issued in early July has set off a scramble among state officials to finalize and submit an application needed to implement their Medicaid expansions allowed by the healthcare reform law. The delay in the rule may ...
July 15, 2013 -- Sick Oregonians without health insurance regularly receive bills for two to three times what Medicare or private insurers are willing to pay to cover treatment, newly released medical billing data appears to indicate.
The data, from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, shows how much hospitals are paid for treating Medicare patients. The release includes average payments made for 99 medical conditions treated at 32 Oregon hospitals in 2011.
Newsworks.org Who loses out under Obamacare CNNMoney These folks -- mainly low-income adults in the 21 states that aren't expanding Medicaid -- will not be eligible for either the long-standing government health insurance program for the poor, or...
Patients with certain conditions receive better treatment if they see a nurse practitioner in addition to a doctor, according to a new study, but professional territoriality and mistrust have long prevented progress.
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