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The Big News It was a short work week for those still able to work, but there was a considerable amount of health care news....
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KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: All Coronavirus All The Time

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. The medical and economic needs laid bare by the coronavirus pandemic are forcing some immediate...
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Listen: The Hard-Knock Health Law Turns 10 Amid Pandemic

By Julie Rovner March 23, 2020 <br /> <span class="byline">Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News</span><br /> <iframe id="wpcom-iframe-608b44202e505549dae5cba78d07e68a" width="100%" height="250" src="https://embeds.kff.org/protected-iframe/608b44202e505549dae5cba78d07e68a" scrolling="" frameborder="0" class="wpcom-protected-iframe"><br /> </iframe></p> <aside class="related partner-box "> <div class="related-content"> This...
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KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: The Affordable Care Act Turns 10

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. The Affordable Care Act on March 23 will reach a milestone many thought unlikely —...
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VCU Health Halts 30-Year Campaign That Seized Patients’ Wages, Put Liens On Homes

Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News and Elizabeth Lucas, Kaiser Health NewsIn one of the most sweeping moves yet by a nonprofit hospital system to...

Tarea del día: deletrear y ponerse los anteojos

DELANO, California. – Daisy León intenta quedarse quieta y leer las letras en la tabla optométrica. Sus respuestas son algo confusas. “¿Ves estas letras?”, le...
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Your School Assignment For The Day: Spelling And Specs

DELANO, Calif. — Daisy Leon struggles to sit still and read the letters on the eye chart. Her responses tumble out in a quiet,...
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Analysis: Who Profits From Steep Medical Bills? The People Tasked With Fixing Them.

Elisabeth RosenthalEvery politician condemns the phenomenon of “surprise” medical bills. Last week, two committees in the House were marking up new surprise billing legislation. One...
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Surge In Enrollment As Californians Avoid Penalty, Receive State Aid

This story can be republished for free (details). Hundreds of thousands of new enrollees signed up for 2020 coverage through Covered California, driven by...
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Bloomberg On Health Care: Translating His Mayoral Record To The National Stage

Shefali Luthra, Kaiser Health News Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has spent more than $200 million arguing that he should be the Democratic...
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Watch: Behind The Troubling Rise Of Uninsured American Kids

By Sarah Varney January 3, 2020 More than a million fewer children receive public health insurance now than in December 2017. In some cases, their...

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Happy Friday! Hope everyone had a lovely, restful Thanksgiving. And here’s your periodic (and I’m sure very appreciated and not at all tiresome) reminder...

A Young Immigrant Has Mental Illness, And That’s Raising His Risk Of Deportation

Christine Herman, Side Effects Public Media When José moved his family to the United States from Mexico nearly two decades ago, he had hopes of...

Medi-Cal To Expand Eligibility To Young Undocumented Adults. But Will They Enroll?

Use Our Content This story can be republished for free (details). Starting in January, young adults can sign up for California’s Medicaid program regardless of immigration...

Verma Attacks Critics Of Medicaid Work Requirement, Pushes For Tighter Eligibility

Seema Verma, the Trump administration’s top Medicaid official, Tuesday sharply attacked critics of her plan to force some Medicaid enrollees to work, a policy...

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Happy Friday! As tempting as it might be this weekend to catch up on your extra z’s (and as someone who wakes up at...

Hospitals Take Shot At Opioid Makers Over Cost Of Treating Uninsured For Addiction

While thousands of cities and counties have banded together to sue opioid makers and distributors in a federal court, another group of plaintiffs has started...

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Happy Friday! Where this year’s unsubstantiated and yet viral Halloween candy scare — that people are giving children THC-laced edibles — is a good...

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Happy Friday! Today is the day I’m going to challenge you to stretch those creative muscles and enter our Halloween Health Care Haiku Competition....

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