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Lawmakers Press Dayton To Hit Pause On UCare Decision

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — State senators are pressing Gov. Mark Dayton to halt a contracting process that would squeeze out a major health insurance company. 126 more words


Provider Credit Balances Result in $6.8 Million Overpayment Settlement

By: Karina Gonzalez

USA v. Pediatric Services of America –  settlement under the False Claims Act involving a health provider’s failure to investigate credit balances on its books to determine whether they resulted from overpayment by a federal health care program… 308 more words

Healthcare Reimbursement

Colorado's Uninsured Rate Half What It Was Before Health Law

DENVER (AP) — A new survey shows that Colorado’s uninsured rate has dropped by more than half since before the new federal health care law. 123 more words


My Pharmacist and Me: How California Pharmacists Can Help Protect Patient Privacy

As pharmacists prepare to step into the ring of providing sensitive family planning services to their patients, it is important to brush up on patient confidentiality strategies, especially as they pertain to teens. 463 more words

Birth Control

Rite Aid, HealthSpot Launch Telehealth Stations in Ohio: Showcase New Model for Telehealth in a Retail Setting.

Rite Aid and HealthSpot Partnership Showcase New Model for Telehealth in a Retail Setting. The technology – which has been tested with some of the country’s top healthcare payers and providers like  731 more words


Too Young? Or Simply Unprepared?

How old is old enough to plan for your future?

I don’t mean that in an abstract sense. I want you to think of a number. 923 more words

Long Term Care

Confusion Runs Rampant as Millions Pay Obamacare Penalty

7.5 million Americans were required to pay a penalty last year due to not having health insurance. This is a higher number than the government predicted, and many worry it is a sign that the country is not prepared for Obamacare. 134 more words