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Some doctors wary of taking insurance exchange patients

Now that many people finally have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act exchanges, some are running into a new problem: They can't find a doctor who will take them as patients.

Health-exchange subscribers have trouble finding doctors to accept their insurance

Now that some people finally have health insurance through the Affordable Health Care exchanges, many are running into a new problem: They can’t find a ...

Kidney settlement derided

DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc. this week agreed to one of the largest ever anti-kickback settlements in the U.S.

Dialysis clinics to settle lawsuit

DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc., a national chain of kidney dialysis clinics, has agreed to pay more than $400 million to resolve kickback allegations, the U.S. Justice Department said.

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroad:___Oct. 21The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi, on easing Ebola fear:It's been said quite a bit, but undoubtedly it's not been said enough:...

Media Contacts

Governor Walker’s decision to remove 62,776 people from Wisconsin’s Medicaid program who earned more than 100 percent of the federal poverty le vel (FPL) made them eligible for highly-subsidized private coverage in the health insurance exchange.

Q&A with Kansas House District 46 candidates Highberger, Robinson

Democrat Dennis “Boog” Highberger and Republican J. Douglas "Doug" Robinson are campaigning to represent House District 46 in the Kansas Legislature, the seat formerly held by gubernatorial candidate Rep. Paul Davis, of Lawrence. With the Nov. 4 election just weeks away, the Journal-World asked the candidates to respond to a few of the issues dominating this election season.

Hospitals in quest to shrink emergency room visits

Hospitals around the state have been trying to cut emergency room visits—and Obamacare was supposed to help. But the results have been mixed, according to some local hospitals.

Craig health briefs for Oct. 11, 2014: The Memorial Hospital to celebrate National Mammography Day with luncheon

The Memorial Hospital will honor breast cancer patients and survivors on National Mammography Day Oct. 17 by encouraging all staff to wear pink. The hospital will host a complimentary Breast Cancer Survivor Luncheon at noon, with a presentation by TMH nurse navigator Jackie Smith on life after diagnosis and treatment.

Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plans Receive Top Quality and Service Ratings

OAKLAND, Calif., Oct. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 1.2 million Medicare members count on Kaiser Permanente for top quality health care. One of them, 68 year-old Medicare Advantage member, Maureen ...


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