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CNBC

Trusted health sites spread myths about a deadly pregnancy complication
CNBC
But you'd never know it from the incomplete, imprecise, outdated and sometimes misleading information published by some of the most trusted consumer health sites in the country. Instead, you might come away with the impression that, as Harvard Health ...



Senate health funding bill coming
Politico
SENATE HHS FUNDING BILL COMING: The Senate's back in session this evening, and that'll eventually kick off the chamber's legislative process on voting for the mammoth Labor-HHS-Education (S. 3158 (115)) spending bill. The legislation is likely to ...



WIRED

Health Care Is Broken. Oscar Health Thinks Tech Can Fix It | WIRED
WIRED
Mario Schlosser, the CEO of Oscar Health, wants technology to cure what ails the health care industry. And now Alphabet, Google's parent company, is betting ...
Google parent company invests $375 million in Oscar HealthCNNMoney
Google Bets $375M On Medicare Advantage With Oscar Health StakeForbes
Alphabet invests $375 million in Oscar HealthTechCrunch
CNBC -Business Insider -Fortune
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Sacramento Bee

14000 CalPERS members and their families need to find a new 2019 health plan. Here's why
Sacramento Bee
As a result of the changes, CalPERS will part ways with two major providers – Health Net and Blue Shield – in some areas. Health Net, a health plan managing care for Medicare and Medi-Cal populations, will no longer be available to CalPERS members in ...

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Weight loss: Surprising scale of health benefits for biggest losers
Science Daily
Using data of 7,670 adult participants of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, the study examined their weight history and results from physical examinations, including waist size, blood sugar and cholesterol levels to determine ...

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NPR

India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
NPR
How did the country come to have such a vast divide in its health care? Consider the Kokilaben hospital. Named for the matriarch of one of India's richest industrialist families, the Ambanis, who paid for its construction, the facility has 750 beds and ...
India's Strong Economy Continues to Lead Global GrowthInternational Monetary Fund
Ayushman Bharat - National Health Protection Mission | National Portal of IndiaNational Portal of India
Amazon.com: Reverse Innovation in Health Care: How to Make Value-Based Delivery Work (9781633693661): Vijay ...Amazon.com
Times of India -D'Amore-McKim School of Business - Northeastern University
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NPR

Feds Urge States To Encourage Cheaper Health Plans Off Insurance Exchanges
NPR
For people who make too much money to qualify for health insurance subsidies on the individual market, there may be no Goldilocks moment when shopping for a plan. No choice is just right. A policy with an affordable premium may come with a deductible ...
Democrats are out to sabotage the middle class on health careNew York Post
The Health 202: Health-care competition in Charlottesville a dramatic example of Obamacare's resilienceWashington Post
For the first time in years, health care may be a winning issue for Democratscleveland.com
CMS.gov -Congressional Budget Office -Margolis Center for Health Policy - Duke University -Health Affairs
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CNN

41 deaths from Ebola in Congo; health officials 'worried'
CNN
In other words, those areas remain difficult to access, and people may have difficulty getting health care and support. Also, he added, many cases are among women and children. "There are other factors that complicate the issue. One is high population ...

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Healthcare IT News

Hacking humans: Jane Metcalfe talks neobiology, consumers' role in health data
Healthcare IT News
Humans have hacked all sorts of computer systems, but now we are starting to hack ourselves — specifically, our health and biology. “We [are at] the dawn of what I call the neobiological revolution, which I define as the accelerating movement of ways ...


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