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New high school lot proves challenging, controversial

Two and a half miles away from the current high school, land previously owned by James Madison University for its new convocation center is the new location for Harrisonburg’s second high school. 525 more words

HHS Releases Plan to Require Drug Makers to list prices on TV ads

Yesterday, the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) released a proposed rule that would require “direct-to-consumer (DTC) television advertisements of prescription drugs and biological products for which payment is available through or under Medicare or Medicaid to include the Wholesale Acquisition Cost (WAC, or “list price”) of that drug or biological product.”    This proposal came hours after PhRMA tried a preempt strike  by releasing its own set of DTC guidelines.  525 more words


Interview with Ms Zaidouni

Lizzie: What is it like to be teaching in HHS?

Ms Zaidouni: I love to teach in HHS because I like the children.

Evie: What made you become a teacher? 120 more words


ICE Is Sending Separated Children Home With No One To Pick Them Up

On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement sent a 4-year-old separated child from the U.S. to Guatemala City without telling her family she was coming home.

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Failure To Listen

Newspaper Club interview HHS head teacher, Mr Edward Rees

Today, Newspaper Club interviewed Hornsby House School head teacher, Mr Edward Rees. Mr Rees welcomed us and answered all our questions honestly. Here is what he had to say: 612 more words


Making our school better

Generally, we love HHS but this week we discussed how our school could be improved so here are some of our thoughts:

  • We don’t really like the lower school rain jacket.
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Three-fourths of Medicare Advantage denials overturned on appeal, OIG finds


Dive Brief:

  • An investigation by the HHS Office of Inspector General found large numbers of overturned denials upon appeal from Medicare Advantage organizations, raising concerns that some needed payments and services aren’t going to providers and patients.
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