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Hartsville High Softball Wins State

The SC 3A Softball State Championship series came down to game 3. Hartsville won game 1 at home while Union County rebounded to win game 2 in Union. 142 more words

Hartsville High School

Paul S. Bartley, Deputy Assistant Secretary, HHS

What is shared services and its benefits? How does HHS’s Program Support Center manage the business of government? How is PSC using technology to streamline operations, increase efficiencies, and reduce costs? 43 more words

Podcasts

Halting 340B funding would force 73% of hospitals to cut staff, study finds

http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/finance/halting-340b-funding-would-force-73-of-hospitals-to-cut-staff-study-finds.html

http://www.medpac.gov/documents/reports/may-2015-report-to-the-congress-overview-of-the-340b-drug-pricing-program.pdf

The 340B Drug Pricing Program allows certain hospitals and other health care providers (“covered entities”) to obtain discounted prices on “covered outpatient drugs” (prescription drugs and biologics other than vaccines) from drug manufacturers. 154 more words

ACEP files federal lawsuit over out-of-network underpayments

http://www.healthcaredive.com/news/acep-files-federal-lawsuit-over-out-of-network-underpayments/419465/

The American College of Emergency Physicians has filed suit against HHS over a provision in the Affordable Care Act health law they say lets insurers get away with underpayments for out-of-network emergency care, Modern Healthcare reported.

Introducing the keynote speakers

Jesse Reynolds

Jesse Reynolds is presently a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of European and International Public Law at Tilburg University in The Netherlands. His focus is on climate engineering, not only in relation to environmental law, but also to international relations, economics and the economic analysis of law. 218 more words

Andrew Parker

Gaps in the Air 1st Edition

Gaps in Air– Where law takes stand for climate
Date: May 21st, 2015, doors open at 18.00.
Location: The Hague University auditorium

Please note you have to RSVP to attend this event. 224 more words

Andrew Parker

Don’t panic about House v. Burwell.

http://theincidentaleconomist.com/wordpress/dont-panic-about-house-v-burwell/

The Affordable Care Act obligates the federal government to reimburse health plans for cutting their low-income customers a break on their out-of-pocket payments. Whether or not there’s an appropriation for the cost-sharing reductions, that statutory obligation is enforceable in court—specifically, in the Court of Federal Claims. 76 more words