Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Healthcare News Stories - January 2007

Date Title Comments Rating
2007-01-30 Some insurance agents might have violated Medicare rules by soliciting fee-for-service plans 0 None
2007-01-30 Public reporting and pay for performance in hospital quality improvement 0 None
2007-01-30 Value based insurance design 0 None
2007-01-29 CMS proposes increase in Medicare reimbursements for long-term care hospitals 0 None
2007-01-29 Healthcare Research and Development Institute reaches settlement with two State Attorneys General over alleged anticompetitive practices 0 None
2007-01-29 Greater Boston Interfaith Organization urges delay in penalties against uninsured 0 None
2007-01-28 Bush promotes health care proposals 0 None
2007-01-28 New York hospitals and clinics would lose $350 million per year under Medicaid rule recently proposed 0 None
2007-01-28 Doctors highlight political damage to Britain's NHS 0 None
2007-01-23 Massachusetts health insurance law could cost more than anticipated 0 None
2007-01-23 New York hospitals recommended for closure seek ways to continue operating 0 None
2007-01-23 Medicare, social security obligations could harm future U.S. economy 0 None
2007-01-23 Overcrowding has not decreased in the last year at seven out of eight U.S. hospitals 0 None
2007-01-23 Concerns about State proposals to cover the uninsured 0 None
2007-01-23 Seniors turn to credit cards to pay medical bills 0 None
2007-01-23 Health inequalities in Britain 0 None
2007-01-18 Referral management schemes pose a serious threat to patients' interests 0 None
2007-01-16 Gambling addiction and its treatment within the NHS 0 None
2007-01-14 NHS in need of proper workforce planning 0 None
2007-01-14 Hospital death rate study reveals wide variations and stresses importance of Registered Nurses 0 None
2007-01-09 Brain injury cognitive rehab not covered by many insurers 0 None
2007-01-07 Kaiser Foundation Health Plan proposes individual policyholder cancellation guidelines 0 None
2007-01-07 Young people often serve as caregivers for parents with disabilities and chronic illnesses 0 None
2007-01-07 Medicare begins to cover ultrasounds to detect aortic aneurysms 0 None
2007-01-03 UK medical education is being hit hard by a lack of funding and resources, says the BMA 0 None


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