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State Wants Reimbursement In ID Fraud Case

BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) - The state social Department of Social Services is seeking more than $10,000 in restitution from a Bristol woman accused of using someone else’s identity to receive medical reimbursements. 118 more words


Federal Lawsuit Hopes to Stop Overmedication

Two Watsonville, California nursing homes are being hit with a federal lawsuit, in hopes of stopping an industry-wide problem — overmedication.

Federal prosecutors outlined several instances where these two alleged offenders administered medications improperly to residents. 314 more words

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JAMA Forum: States are the Key to Both Strengthening and Replacing the Affordable Care Act

The prevailing view among health policy experts seems to be that today’s political polarization means years of trench warfare are ahead for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 842 more words

Health Policy

Gov. Kasich and Medicaid Expansion

How does expanding a program which results in the Federal Government borrowing more than $4 trillion over ten years qualify as a “moral” action?


Gov. Kasich

Pat McCrory Wants Me to Cost You A Lot of Money

Pat McCrory, the governor of North Carolina, has made it a certain fact that if I remain a resident of North Carolina, I will develop some very serious, but easily preventable, health problems that will eventually cause life threatening illness, and if left untreated, will kill me decades ahead of my normal life expectancy. 1,590 more words