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Implementing Healthcare Reform—Easier Said than Done!

By: Elizabeth A. Regan, Ph.D., Department Chair, Integrated Information Technology, Professor of Health Information Technology, University of South Carolina

The most recent survey of hospital CEOs… 760 more words

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Top Health Policy Think Tanks - 2014 Update

The latest annual  ranking of think tanks globally has been published by The Lauder Institute’s Think Tanks & Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania. 245 more words

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Simply Wholesome Restaurant endorses Earl Parham of Insurportal

Earl Parham, President of Insurportal is honored to receive a “Letter of Appreciation” from health food restaurant and store Simply Wholesome. Our company has been a health insurance consultant to their business since the inception of Covered California in 2013. 125 more words


Supreme Court case looms as millions enroll in Obamacare

About 11.4 million people signed up or renewed their health insurance under Affordable Care Act coverage for 2015, the Obama administration says.

The White House says this shows the need for Obamacare among Americans but opponents are giddy over the U.S. 265 more words

Health Reform

Another Cluster-You-Know-What from the World of Government-Run Healthcare

In the grand scheme of things, the most important development in health policy is the pending Supreme Court case revolving around whether subsidies can be provided to people obtaining health insurance from the federal exchange, even though the… 1,144 more words

Health Care

"GOP Irrational Hostility": A Mean-Spirited Interpretation Would Deny Millions Health Care Coverage

Millions of Americans only recently rescued from worry and hardship by acquiring health insurance now face losing it because Obamacare’s foes won’t end their obsessive opposition. 609 more words


Congress Eyes Pharmaceutical Company Settlement Agreements as Source for Additional FDA & NIH Funding

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) recently introduced legislation that, if passed, would require certain pharmaceutical companies that enter into settlement agreements with the Department of Justice or other governmental agencies to pay a supplemental amount, based on revenue, that would provide an additional funding source for the U.S. 232 more words

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