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Governor Beshear hired outside consultants, listened to health care advocates and hospital officials, did the math, and decided to expand Kentucky’s Medicaid coverage through the Affordable Care Act. More than 300,000 additional Kentuckians will...
Contributing WriterThis is the season political junkies live for. Presidential elections, with all of their twists and turns, polls and prognostications, are what partisans crave. The most recent debate between Gov. Romney and President Obama was — if little else...
A study that assigned 26,000 uninsured to Medicaid shows average health care costs per person dropped yearly 50 percent. How? Uninsured went to emergency rooms for even “smaller” illnesses, but on Medicaid they each had a physician, reducing...
The Winchester SunThe Clark County Health Department and the Clark Regional Foundation for the Promotion of Health are seeking public input to complete the third phase of the MAPP process. The community is invited to take part in a workshop Sept. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30...
Contributing columnistThe Obama administration claims the state health exchanges christened under its Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will ensure access to affordable health care for all. But such exchanges are little more than a glorified Web site listing health-...
Ephraim McDowell President/CEO speaks at national conference Vicki A. Darnell, president and CEO of Ephraim McDowell Health, was a featured speaker at the 2012 American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) national conference in Boston. Darnell...
Contributing columnistThere is renewed talk about Obamacare lately, and whether or not to repeal it will be a central issue in the 2012 presidential election. The problem with Obamacare is that it doesn’t actually address the central issue — the cost. In fact, it...
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CASA at Woodlawn announces new directorCASA at Woodlawn, a non-profit organization serving Boyle and Mercer Counties in Central Kentucky, announces Laura Guerrant has been selected as its new director. Guerrant will advance CASA at Woodlawn’s...
Patient care workers at the University of California's medical centers plan to stage a two-day strike next week, but the number taking part will be decided Monday in Sacramento County Superior Court. A judge is expected to rule on a request for a...
Patient care workers at the University of California’s medical centers plan to stage a two-day strike next week, but the number taking part will be decided Monday in Sacramento County Superior Court. A judge is expected to rule on a request for...
SACRAMENTO — With California's deficit wiped out and its economy starting to hum, this was to be a year when Gov. Jerry Brown was free of the budget logjams that have paralyzed the Capitol. But instead, the governor has a fight on his hands...
This post has been corrected. See below for details. Glendale Community College officials on Friday announced that roughly 100 empty positions that have remained unfilled now for three years will remain so for another. Officials at the meeting on...
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