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New York Times

2 Senators Have Deal on Health Subsidies That Trump Cut Off
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Two leading senators have reached a bipartisan deal to provide funding for critical subsidies to health insurers that President Trump said last week that he would cut off, Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee, said Tuesday.
Senators reach deal on resuming payments to health insurersABC News
Bipartisan senators reach small deal on health careCNN
Key senators reach bipartisan deal to restore federal payments to health insurersChicago Tribune
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Politico

Trump leaning toward former pharma exec for health secretary
Politico
President Donald Trump is leaning toward nominating Alex Azar, a former pharmaceutical industry executive and George W. Bush administration official, to serve as Health and Human Services secretary, according to two White House officials. If chosen ...
Ex-drugmaker exec top candidate to be Trump's new health chief: reportThe Hill

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NBCNews.com

Could Your Health Insurance Be Costing You Money at the Pharmacy?
NBCNews.com
MAGNOLIA, TEXAS — In February, Dave Jensen, a 46-year-old firefighter from Phoenix, got an antibiotic prescription from his usual pharmacy through his Cigna health insurance. When he got home and told his wife he'd paid $71 for a 15-day supply of ...



CNNMoney

Actually, Trump is raising health insurance premiums
CNNMoney
President Trump and congressional Republicans have long vowed to lower health insurance premiums. But Trump's decision to halt funding for Obamacare's cost-sharing subsidies last week will actually raise rates next year. Plus, the move increases what ...
Trump guts critical health care for the poor — and nobody noticedSalon
A Worse Version of Health CareU.S. News & World Report
Health insurance is good not just for individuals but for democracyWashington Post
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New York Times

Deep in Trump Country, a Big Stake in Health Care
New York Times
Across the country, the health care industry has become a ceaseless job producer — for doctors, nurses, paramedics, medical technicians, administrators and health care aides. Funding that began flowing in 2012 as a result of the Affordable Care Act ...



Popular Science

California's hepatitis A outbreak shows why people need easy access to health care
Popular Science
Some outbreaks come from papayas. Others originate with puppies. The most worrisome happen because parents don't vaccinate their children against easily preventable infections. But California's hepatitis A outbreak isn't like any of these—it's ...

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Brainstorm Health: Children's Health Insurance, Digital Health VC Funding, Trump Drug Czar
Fortune
The Trump administration's moves on Obamacare last week—including the decision to stop paying subsidies meant to lower low-income enrollees' out-of-pocket medical costs to insurance companies—have dominated health care headlines. But another ...

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NPR

If You Want An IUD, Take Note Of Trump's New Birth Control Policy
NPR
The Trump administration has made a number of changes to health policy in the past two weeks, raising questions about how consumers will be affected. Will the new rules for birth control coverage affect access to an IUD? Might an association health ...

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Washington Post

The Health 202: Bernie Sanders has a CHIP on his shoulder
Washington Post
It's been 17 days since Congress let funding expire for two bipartisan health-care programs, potentially affecting 18 million low-income Americans. For now, there's enough cash flow for states to keep running the Children's Health Insurance Program and ...
Why business should demand single-payer health careThe San Diego Union-Tribune

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Harvard Business Review

What Happens to Mental Health at Work When Our Devices Know How We Feel?
Harvard Business Review
One recent global research survey of employee assistance programs found that, combined, employee anxiety, stress, and depression accounted for over 80% of all emotional health cases in 2014, compared with 55% in 2012. In the UK alone, a 2014 report ...


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