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Mansfield drug treatment center owes state $11 million, audit finds

A addiction-treatment program in Mansfield owes nearly $11 million to Ohio's tax-funded Medicaid program for services that it failed to substantiate or that were not eligible for reimbursement, a ... read more

Liquid gold: Pain doctors profit from screening urine for drugs

This testing process, driven by the nation's epidemic of painkiller addiction, generates profits across the doctor-owned network of 54 clinics, the largest pain-treatment practice in the Southeast. ... read more

Liquid gold: Pain doctors soak up profits by screening urine for drugs

This testing process, driven by the nation’s epidemic of painkiller addiction, generates profits across the doctor-owned network of 54 clinics, the largest pain-treatment practice in the Southeast. ... read more

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No more private federal prisons Obama rules after audit finds they have MORE security breaches than government-run ones

The decision announced by the Justice Department comes after an audit this month found that private facilities have more safety and security problems than the government-run prisons. The federal ... read more


U.S. senators take 911th fight to Air Force

Several federal, state and local officials have pledged to fight for the base. U.S. Sens. Bob Casey Jr., D-Scranton, and Pat Toomey, R-Philadelphia, already sent a letter to Defense Secretary Leon ... read more

From Kaiser Health News - Latest Stories:

But the pool available to make those payments is just $362 million ... expensive medical treatment. ... A senior official with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the agency would ... read more

The uncertain future of public broadcasting

The future of public broadcasting is again uncertain ... of 1,000 staff as the Howard government dishonoured its election commitment and cut $11 million to operational base funding immediately and $55 ... read more

Clinton's End Game

Already she and her husband have loaned the campaign more than $11 million. In addition, the campaign had reported debts of about $10 million. Her victory in Pennsylvania produced a flood of money, ... read more

15 things for healthcare leaders to know about Obama's 2017 budget

The budget includes about $500 million to continue current efforts across HHS and the Department of Justice to expand state-level prescription drug overdose prevention strategies, increase the ... read more

Police Reports-Feb. 17

Joseph Altenburg, 22, of Beaver Falls was cited with harassment around 12:15 a.m. Friday. State police said he and Dennis Altenburg, 55, of East Liverpool, Ohio, were involved in an argument at a ... read more

It's Vermont election season again! Here's what you need to know.

Placing a six-year-old in a licensed care center runs $5,700 per year on average ... and Mendocino counties. Last year, the state’s firefighting agency spent nearly $700 million putting out fires—a ... read more

The Daily 202: A cautionary tale for Joe Biden?

He told a story about the time Mike Mansfield rebuked him ... USA Today, “Army revises drug, alcohol abuse program,” by Gregg Zoroya: “The Army is placing medical officials in charge of substance ... read more



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