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By Christine Jordan Sexton
March 12, 2015 – A House healthcare panel approved a telehealth bill on Thursday but there were warnings that the measure isn’t “floor ready.” 278 more words
By Sean Riley, American Legislative Exchange Council.
March 24, 2015 – On Wednesday, March 18, Governor Phil Bryant approved the Mississippi Direct Primary Care Act, a measure to promote innovation and affordability in health by shielding direct primary care practices from state insurance regulators. 163 more words
By Direct Primary Care Coalition, Last Updated: Feb. 23, 2015
DPCC: What are Our Most Pressing Issues?
Congress and State Legislatures have recognized the need for changes in policy to help the DPC model grow and thrive in the ever-changing landscape of healthcare reform. 202 more words
The UK House of Lords has declared the North Sea marine environment under ‘severe pressure’ from human activity and blue growth development. The North Sea urgently requires conservation measures to reduce biodiversity loss from these pressures and protect North Sea ecosystem services while allowing sustainable use by North Sea stakeholders. 954 more words
By Bruce Parker | Vermont Watchdog
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. | March 20, 2015 — As health care officials from Gov. Peter Shumlin’s administration fight a never-ending battle with overpriced insurance-based health systems, a quiet physician-patient revolution is under way to bypass health-care middlemen and pass the savings on to consumers. 984 more words