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Revolutionizing healthcare for the better
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Revolutionizing healthcare for the better

An effort designed to get what many organizers are calling a free trade zone for healthcare is underway to make some changes to America's healthcare system for the better The movement is called The Wedge Of Health Freedom , and it is being led ... One News Now, 3 weeks ago
'Digital Health' Not Just For Well-Heeled Fitness Fiends California Healthline, 1 month ago
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Clinton Gives Sanders A Nod, Formally Backs Public Healthcare Option

Hillary Clinton, with a nod to Senator Bernie Sanders, formally backs creating a public healthcare option within the Affordable Care Act, and allowing people to enroll in Medicare at the much younger age of 55, reports the Huffington Post . ...
 Inquisitr2 weeks ago Hillary Clinton to back public option for health care  BNet2 weeks ago

U-M study: Number of uninsured hospital patients drops [Detroit Free Press]

June 22The Medicaid expansion in Michigan has resulted in a significant drop in the number of uninsured patients seeking treatment at hospitals, according to a study by University of Michigan researchers that was published in the Journal of the ...
 Pharmacy Choice1 month ago

Free colonoscopy program for uninsured detects cancer at earlier stage and is cost neutral

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News CHICAGO (): For uninsured patients who are at a high risk for colorectal cancer (CRC), performing free screening colonoscopies can identify cancer at an earlier stage and appears to be ...
 Pharmacy Choice1 month ago Free screening colonoscopies for uninsured, high-risk CRC patients may help in early detection of cancer  News-Medical.Net2 months ago
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South Philadelphia's immigrants have a bridge to better health - and life

AHA News May 26, 2016 Thousands of uninsured Latino and other immigrants in South Philadelphia's low-income neighborhoods go to Puentes de Salud (Bridges to Health) for health care, wellness and hope of a better life. Since 2003, Puentes has ...
 AHA News2 months ago

State Health and Human Services Secretary SPH Convocation Speaker

Alum Marylou Sudders urges graduates: Search for the positive S peaking to the 281 School of Public Health graduates at the school's Convocation Saturday at Agganis Arena, Massachusetts Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders ...
 Boston University2 months ago

New Funding Seeks To Help Clinics Swamped By Demand For Dental Care

Shane Peebles has a ticking time bomb in his mouth. He has multiple cavities, including one that has been infected and formed a pocket of painful pus. He also has a disease that causes swollen, bleeding gums, making it painful to chew. He ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
SAMHSA

Turning Point: Criminal Justice to Behavioral Health

For individuals entering the criminal justice system, the experience of incarceration can lead to disconnection from supportive relationships, weakened self-esteem, and additional trauma and violence. Those with behavioral health conditions have a ...
 SAMHSA1 week ago
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Health tech for people who need it most

But Fitbits aren't particularly useful if you're homeless, and the nutrition app won't mean much to someone who struggles to pay for groceries. Same for emailing your doctor if you don't have a doctor or reliable internet access. "There is a ...
 CNN3 weeks ago

Washington Healthcare Update - June 27, 2016

Courts Supreme Court Asks Solicitor General to Weigh in on Sandoz v. Amgen On June 20, the Supreme Court asked the solicitor general to weigh in on Sandoz v. Amgen before it decides whether to take up the case. The case could affect how soon ...
 Lexology1 month ago Overnight News Digest: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Edition  Daily Kos1 month ago
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