EMMARIE HUETTEMAN

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Name: EMMARIE HUETTEMAN
Date registered: May 13, 2015
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/pages/health/policy/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

Latest posts

  1. The Feds’ Termination Of A Tiny Contract Inflames Bitter Fight Over Fetal Tissue — October 8, 2018
  2. Threat To The ACA Turns Up The Heat On Attorney General Races — September 27, 2018
  3. In A Reversal, Wisconsin To Cover State Workers Seeking Transgender Treatment — August 29, 2018
  4. Wis. Board Will Again Cover State Workers Seeking Transgender Treatment — August 29, 2018
  5. McCain’s Complicated Health Care Legacy: He Hated the ACA. He Also Saved It. — August 25, 2018

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The Feds’ Termination Of A Tiny Contract Inflames Bitter Fight Over Fetal Tissue

Just weeks before midterm elections, a move by federal health officials spotlights a contentious issue: the use of human fetal tissue in research. Here’s what you need to know to understand the debate.

Threat To The ACA Turns Up The Heat On Attorney General Races

As Republican and Democratic attorneys general square off on a Texas case that threatens to dismantle consumer protections in the federal health law, campaigns across the country for states’ highest legal officer get hotter.

In A Reversal, Wisconsin To Cover State Workers Seeking Transgender Treatment

A Wisconsin insurance board has reversed a decision made last year to bar coverage of transgender hormone therapy and surgery for public workers.

Wis. Board Will Again Cover State Workers Seeking Transgender Treatment

The Group Insurance Board reversed a decision made last year to bar coverage of transgender hormone therapy and surgery for public workers.

McCain’s Complicated Health Care Legacy: He Hated the ACA. He Also Saved It.

The six-term Arizona senator, who died Saturday, took on some of health care’s goliaths, such as the tobacco industry and insurance companies, in addition to the health law.

McCain’s Complicated Health Care Legacy: He Hated the ACA. He Also Saved It.

The six-term Arizona senator, who died Saturday, took on some of health care’s goliaths, such as the tobacco industry and insurance companies, in addition to the health law.

Shifting Federal Policies Threaten Health Coverage For Trans Americans

For trans Americans, the policy landscape has changed under the Trump administration, making it harder to get the cost of treatments such as gender confirmation surgery covered.

A Transgender Woman’s Quest For Surgery Caught In Political Crosswinds

Dramatic policy swings, from an unprecedented expansion of transgender rights under the Obama administration to the unpredictable reduction of trans rights under President Donald Trump, have left many trans Americans feeling the whiplash.

A Transgender Woman’s ‘Bait-And-Switch’ $92,000 Surgery Bill

After being promised a significant discount for paying cash upfront and forgoing insurance, a Wisconsin patient gets caught in the middle between hospital and insurer — and feels snookered by a last-minute surprise and billing snafu.

Bill Of The Month: A Plan For Affordable Gender-Confirmation Surgery Goes Awry

A young grad student worked out a way to pay for life-changing gender-confirmation surgery. But she still had to fight to resolve a billing discrepancy that ran into the tens of thousands of dollars.

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