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One year after passage, doctors struggle with logistics, ethics of aid-in dying law
Jun 09, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Some oppose the law; many others, however, believe patients should have access to ...
Trump policies threaten marketplace crash, major catastrophe for lawmakers
Jun 08, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
President Donald Trump's strategy to overhaul federal health law is threatening to ...
Arizona eyes Obamacare repeal with growing concern despite pitfalls
Jun 08, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Pre-existing condition coverage proved life-changing, yet many are still priced out of coverage ...
Educating doctors on drug prices, cost-effectiveness key to curbing drug costs
Jun 08, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Costs for prescription drugs have been rising faster than those for any other health ...
Insulin drug makers' profits would be tracked under new Nevada bill
Jun 07, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Many of the 1.25 million Americans who live with Type 1 diabetes cheered the effort as an ...
Patients having trouble getting insurers to approve treatments
Jun 07, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
In some cases, insurers interrupt treatments that are already underway. In others, they deny it at the ...
GOP Medicaid cuts target rural Americans most, according to new report
Jun 07, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Medicaid covered 45 percent of children and 16 percent of adults in small towns and rural ...
Cuts in federal housing would harm people's health, research shows
Jun 06, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
The study found that receiving federal housing assistance increased people's likelihood ...
Federal government intends to waive penalties for late Medicare enrollees
Jun 06, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
People have until Sept. 30 to request a waiver of the usual penalty Medicare assesses when ...
Hospitals incorporating lawyers on teams to address patients' legal needs
Jun 06, 2017 | Kaiser Health News
Roughly 300 health care systems, children's hospitals and federally qualified ...

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