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ACA Replacement Could Jeopardize Safety Net Hospitals

"Essential facilities could lose $40.5 billion between 2018 and 2026 if the ACA is repealed without a 'comparable' alternative."

Aimee Sharp
Repeal of Affordable Care Act

Most Americans Don’t Support Affordable Care Act Repeal

Originally published on Forbes.com, learn more about the survey done that says most Americans don't want to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

Aimee Sharp
Health Secretary

Senate Panel to Vote on President Trump’s Pick for Health Secretary

In this article originally published by the Chicago Tribune, learn more about President Donald Trump's nominee for health secretary.

Aimee Sharp
Healthcare Value

Healthcare Executives Discuss Different Ways to Measure Value

Article by Health Leaders Media. Determining quality over cost, meeting the triple aim, and employing analytics tools are key to success.

Aimee Sharp
will medicare pay

Judge Orders Medicare To Clarify When It Will Pay For Rehab And Skilled Nursing

In this article originally published by Forbes, Howard Gleckman tries to determine the answer to what will Medicare pay for when it comes to rehab.

Aimee Sharp
Brain Injury

Brain Injury Linked to Increased Risk of Losing Health Insurance

By Madeline Kennedy for Reuters (Reuters Health) – – People who suffer traumatic brain...

Aimee Sharp
Caregivers

Helping with Health Care Takes Heavy Toll on Caregivers

Originally published by the Chicago Tribune. Caregivers who help their charges navigate the health system could be gambling with their own health.

Aimee Sharp
Parkinson's Patients

Dementia Drug May Lower Risk of Falls Among Parkinson’s Patients

By Robert Preidt for Medline Plus TUESDAY, Jan. 12, 2016 (HealthDay News) — A widely used...

Aimee Sharp
Expanding Medicaid

Study: Expanding Medicaid Aids Health Access

Poor adults in two states that expanded Medicaid saw much bigger  improvements in access to health care than their peers in Texas, a new study says...

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Brain Gains for Older Adults

Brain Gains for Older Adults Who Start Exercising

Originally published in HealthDay News: Beginning an exercise program may produce brain gains for older adults or even reverse early mental decline.

Aimee Sharp
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