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Avera advances aimed at countering unaffordable health care

Sept. 12--Reshaping health care is a little bit like fixing an engine while it's running. That's the take of Avera St. Luke's Hospital CEO Todd Forkel. In other words, it's vital to keep providing qua... read more

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California children are increasingly seeking care for asthma in emergency rooms – despite medical advances and millions of dollars spent to control symptoms statewide. (Barbara Feder Ostrov, 5/28) Pol... read more

Conundrum of Kerala's struggling economy

Decent state-funded health care and education even made it ... the business capital of Kerala, as a pioneering fertilizer company, a multi-product, multi-divisional corporation aimed at self reliance ... read more

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Patients pathways to tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment in a fragmented health system: a qualitative study from a south Indian district

We aimed ... care from private chemists initially, by purchasing symptomatic drugs over-the counter. Since the symptoms did not subside, they accessed RNTCP by themselves based on the following factor... read more


on EU options for improving access to medicines

whereas, in many cases, the prices of new medicines have increased during the past few decades to the point of being unaffordable to many European citizens and of threatening the sustainability of nat... read more

Readers’ Questions on the Health Care Overhaul

Everyone else would pay full price, though there are provisions in the legislation aimed ... care system, there are two major ways health savings accounts are impacted by the legislation. First, start... read more

Do you want govt. more involved in health care?

And now the government wants about another trillion dollars to reform health care. A trillion dollars we don't have. Here’s my question to you: Do you really want the federal government more involved ... read more

Net neutrality leads to systemic risk

Easy monetary policy by the Federal Reserve, for instance, aimed at countering a recession in 2001 ... saying the FCC decision advances a regulatory framework that “promotes innovation and consumer ch... read more

Moving towards a two-tiered health system

The new proposal consists of three parts. The first is a direct cut of $5 to the Medicare rebate for everyone except pensioners and health care card holders. The ALP, Greens, and some crossbenchers ha... read more

Trump’s Leaked Draft Proposal to Modify Obamacare May Be Illegal

Generally speaking, a more market-driven health care system would either not restrict insurer pricing ... And the move would make insurance a little cheaper for some young people. But mostly it is aim... read more

Will health care reform pass Congress this year?

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: The battle over health care reform looks to be an uphill one for President Obama. The president was in Chicago today, asking skeptical doctors to get behind his plan to overh... read more

No matter who wins, there’s still a healthcare cost crisis

A high level of health spending isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It makes perfect sense that an affluent country will spend a great deal of money to keep its citizens healthy, and medical care is a comp... read more



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