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Health insurer denials may be making Americans sicker
CBS News
Health insurance is designed to cover patients when they get sick, but what happens when insurance companies stamp "reject" on a claim? Some of those patients may end up sicker, suggests a recent survey entitled "Not What the Doctor Ordered" from the ...

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CNN International

Senate to begin bipartisan health care push
CNN International
The Senate health committee announced Tuesday that it will hold two back-to-back hearings on health care September 6 and 7. That will be the first time that Republican and Democratic senators officially gather together to examine potential ways to ...
Senate panel plans 2 hearings on girding health insuranceABC News
Alexander calls Senate hearings to spur 'difficult but possible' action on health careChattanooga Times Free Press
Senate health panel to hold hearings on stabilizing ACA marketsUPI.com

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NPR

Oregon, Texas Lay Down Markers On Abortion Coverage
NPR
Federal health insurance rules are a moving target, and it's unclear whether Republicans will take another run at replacing the Affordable Care Act. In the meantime, some states are staking out strong positions on coverage of abortion, regardless of ...

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PBS NewsHour

Chicago's gun violence crisis is also a mental health crisis
PBS NewsHour
Greer, 58, is one of thousands of people across the South and West Sides of Chicago who experience some form of mental health trauma as a result of gun violence. And as the number of shootings in the city increases, mental health providers are ...



Dayton Daily News

Health Inspections: El Toro
Dayton Daily News
To search for past published inspections, use our health inspections search tool. Editor's Note: Inspection reports are taken directly from the county or community health inspection files. Restaurants often repair or change their practices to bring ...

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New York Times

Coal Mining Health Study Is Halted by Interior Department
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Interior Department has ordered a halt to a scientific study begun under President Obama of the public health risks of mountaintop-removal coal mining. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which was ...
Interior Dept. halts study into Appalachian mining technique's likely health hazardsCNN International
Trump administration halted a study of mountaintop coal mining's health effectsWashington Post
Canceled coal study means less data on health risks of mountaintop removalMarketplace.org
UPI.com -Consumerist -The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine -Sierra Club
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Chicago Daily Herald

Presence Health to join Amita Health
Chicago Daily Herald
Presence Health, which has hospitals in Elgin, Aurora and Des Plaines, has entered into a deal to become part of Arlington Heights-based Amita Health and create the largest health system in the state. The hospital systems have signed a "nonbinding ...
Ascension to acquire Presence HealthCrain's Chicago Business

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Insurers seek health care policy clarity as critical deadlines loom
Fox Business
President Donald Trump, with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, arrives at the Capitol to rally support for the Republican health care overhaul by taking his case directly to GOP lawmakers two days before the House plans a climactic vote ...

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New York Times

Public Hospitals Treat Greater Share of Mental Health Patients
New York Times
A new report shows that treatment is being provided more and more by the city's strained public hospital system, as financial pressures on some private hospitals drive them to divert psychiatric patients and close beds. The number of mental health ...



Franklin News Post

Ferrum health center celebrates 10 years
Franklin News Post
Ten years ago, the Ferrum Community Health Center was created for student-only health care, staffed by only three employees. Only six months later, the center blossomed into nine employees servicing both students and the public in the then-newly ...


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