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Republican Congressional Leaders Sound Ready To Move On From Health Care To Taxes
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Updated at 12:15 am ET. Republicans in Congress sound as if they might be ready to move on from health care. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said from the Senate floor Tuesday that debate on a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace the ...
Senate GOP effort to unwind the Affordable Care Act faces critical testChicago Tribune
Trump hits 'so-called Republicans' as health bill withersABC News
Bill Cassidy: The public face of a doomed health-care billWashington Post
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New York Times

Health Care, NFL, Puerto Rico: Your Tuesday Briefing
New York Times
“Sweeping reforms to our health care system and to Medicaid can't be done well in a compressed time frame, especially when the actual bill is a moving target,” she said on Monday. Credit Tom Brenner/The New York Times. The nonpartisan Congressional ...



As health bill teeters, Medicaid recipients watch nervously
ABC News
With the latest Republican health care overhaul teetering near collapse, one group in particular is watching with heightened anxiety. The debate in Congress is personal for many of those who gained coverage through Medicaid in the 31 states that ...
Understanding the Intersection of Medicaid and WorkKaiser Family Foundation
21.3% of US Participates in Government Assistance Programs Each Month - Census BureauCensus Bureau
Patients With Pre-Existing Conditions Fear Bias Under GOP Health ProposalsNPR
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CNN

The Latest: Graham defends McCain vote against health bill
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24, she finds it "very difficult" to envision backing the last-chance GOP bill repealing the Obama health care law. That likely opposition leaves the Republican drive to fulfill one of the party's premier campaign promises dangling by a thread. (AP ...
Republican health care bill revised to target key votesCNN
Biggest Flash Points In The Graham-Cassidy Health Care BillNPR
Sen. Rand Paul lays out demands on health care as talks continueWashington Post
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CNBC

Out-of-pocket health costs hit old, poor, women hardest
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Low-income people, older people and women tend to pay a greater share of their incomes toward out-of-pocket health costs. Spending on out-of-pocket expenses tends to spike in March and April, when 80 percent of Americans get their tax refunds. "The top ...

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Bloomberg

FDA selects participants for new digital health software precertification pilot program
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Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the names of the companies selected to participate in a first-of-its kind pilot program that will help revolutionize digital health regulation in the U.S. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D ...
Apple, FitBit Will Join FDA Program Meant to Speed Health TechBloomberg

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Fox News

Healing health care with two adversaries joining hands
Fox News
He maintained that health care in the U.S. is too expensive (27 percent more per capita then the next closest country, Luxembourg) and too fragmented to deliver consistent quality. As he had in his book, he cited the example of “Mrs. Harris,” a patient ...



CNBC

Smart breast pump company Naya Health has booked more than $1m in sales, says CEO
CNBC
Naya Health, which makes a smart breast pump, made headlines this week as a poster child for the lack of venture funding for women's health products. The company plays at the intersection of two areas VCs typically avoid: expensive consumer products, ...

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Inside Higher Ed

Does $200 Million Quack?
Inside Higher Ed
Longtime UCI donors Susan and Henry Samueli are giving the money to name a “first of its kind” College of Health Sciences focusing on “interdisciplinary integrative health,” the announcement read. The renamed Susan and Henry Samueli College of Health ...



Money Magazine

Barack Obama Got Paid $400000 for a Speech to Health Care Execs. Here's What He Told Them
Money Magazine
President Barack Obama said in a keynote address at a global health care conference on Monday that politics and ideology must be pushed aside in the quest for true, lasting solutions for health care reform. Obama was reportedly paid $400,000 to give ...


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