Separate and Unequal Access to Health Care ? National Journal (The Atlantic Cities has an authoritative series on the topic that is worth checking out.) If segregation is still real, the negative consequences of it are as well.
If hospitals are going to borrow money for capital projects or refinance existing debt, they have an obligation to do so wisely, according to a senior healthcare finance executive who spoke at the HFMA national conference on Tuesday. (RT @giasison...
In the US, 70 percent of residents over age 65 will need long-term care in their lifetimes. The good news is that eHealth can help in monitoring health conditions. The bad news is that home-based-care staffing and turnover issues jeopardize the care these patients need—things such as help bathing, dressing, eating, using the bathroom.
WTNH AARP: Demystifying the Affordable Care Act WTNH Nicole Duritz, Vice President of Health and Family Education and Outreach for AARP, was in the studio demystifying all of the changes taking place under the new Affordable Care Act.
Let us begin our wonderful journey of discovery to find out how the PPACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care act, commonly known as ObamaCare) is going to work out for you and me and people like us.*.
What you need to know about long-term care and retiring happy FederalNewsRadio.com On today's Your Turn show, host Mike Causey discusses long term care options with Paul Forte, CEO of Long Term Care Partners.
15 PPACA provisions that will take effect in 2014 LifeHealthPro The effective date of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is March 23, 2010, although various provisions have their own effective dates from January 1, 2010, (the...
Employers that have pruned the hours of part-timers in response to PPACA have generated plenty of headlines, mostly negative. But it's not the only strategy they're testing in hopes of sparing themselves the expense of ...
There is no doubt the new health care rules will have an impact on what folks pay for health insurance - here is what you need to know (How the Affordable Care Act affects you - CBS News http://t.co/Jgk0IFX76M...
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