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National TREND: Walk-In Clinics Compete with Primary Care.

By Anne Law

March 10, 2015, 12:00 PM – Walk-in and urgent care clinics are popping up in droves. Whether located in a stand-alone facility or within a retail store, consumers are steadily turning towards the… 502 more words


Florida Democrats watch as Republicans war over Medicaid expansion

For Democrats, watching House and Senate Republicans go after each other over Medicaid expansion is “fascinating.”

“This is Washington-style dysfunction,” said House Democratic Leader Mark Pafford of West Palm Beach. 343 more words


House Democrats float another medical device tax repeal bid

House Democrats last month introduced yet another bill that would do away with the medical device tax enacted as part of Obamacare.

Sponsored by Rep. Alma Adams (D-N.C.), H.R. 45 more words


Meet Jeffrey Young, HuffPo’s Medicare Donut Hole

On April 17, Huffington Post’s Jeffrey Young admitted he doesn’t know squat about Obamacare. 

Referring to a Bloomberg article on Obamacare polling, he asked his Twitter followers to enlighten him as to one woman’s claims. 849 more words


Editorial: Health executives' raises make no sense

Pay raises of up to 20 per cent for newly reassigned or reappointed Quebec hospital executives are tough to swallow as the Liberal government seeks public support for its efforts to reduce costs in the health system to help eliminate the deficit. 391 more words


Scott threatens to sue Obama administration over hospital funding

Gov. Rick Scott threatened the Obama administration with a lawsuit Thursday if the federal government fails to continue special funding for Florida hospitals which treat the poor. 379 more words


Here is an opportunity for the Government to develop a real health policy

“Health policy has proved, over the years, to be a bugbear for the Liberal Party. The Fraser Government had made numerous changes to its health policy, which had been both unsettling and politically damaging” 473 more words