Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News

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Name: Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News
Date registered: September 6, 2017
URL: http://khn.org

Latest posts

  1. Furloughed Feds’ Health Coverage Intact, But Shutdown Still Complicates Things — January 18, 2019
  2. Federal Shutdown Mostly Spares Health Coverage, But Other Issues Loom — January 11, 2019
  3. Is Trump Pushing Health Insurance Innovation Or An ACA Rollback? — November 29, 2018
  4. High Stakes, Entrenched Interests And The Trump Rollback Of Environmental Regs — November 12, 2018
  5. High Stakes, Entrenched Interests And The Trump Rollback Of Environmental Regs — November 12, 2018

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Furloughed Feds’ Health Coverage Intact, But Shutdown Still Complicates Things

Some federal employees face insurance paperwork glitches that affect their health coverage and add pressure to the stress of going without pay.

Federal Shutdown Mostly Spares Health Coverage, But Other Issues Loom

The length of the shutdown will dictate how furloughed and unpaid workers will be affected.

Is Trump Pushing Health Insurance Innovation Or An ACA Rollback?

The Trump administration offered states specific examples of how they could change the way they implement the Affordable Care Act. Critics say it could drive up premiums for many.

High Stakes, Entrenched Interests And The Trump Rollback Of Environmental Regs

The administration asserts its deregulation strategy will create jobs, empower states and reduce the burden of government restrictions on the energy industry. But critics see it as a threat to public health.

High Stakes, Entrenched Interests And The Trump Rollback Of Environmental Regs

The administration asserts its deregulation strategy will create jobs, empower states and reduce the burden of government restrictions on the energy industry. But critics see it as a threat to public health.

Blood, Sweat And Workplace Wellness: Where To Draw The Line On Incentives

Uncertainty over federal standards for these cost-saving programs could trigger different perks for employees and change what they must do to qualify.

Energy-Hog Hospitals: When They Start Thinking Green, They See Green

Some hospitals have taken steps to be more energy-efficient. Though at times these changes barely represent rounding errors in their budgets, comprehensive efforts are beginning to make a difference.

Advances In Treating Hep C Lead To New Option For Transplant Patients

The opioid epidemic has increased the number of donated organs. Until recently, though, organs from donors who died of drug overdoses were often discarded because an estimated 30 percent of them were infected with hepatitis C.

Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk

Inspector general identifies possible problems in nearly 23 percent of pharmacies that bill Medicare for blended creams, gels and lotions.

Pharmacy-Made Pain Creams Flagged On Fears Of Medicare Fraud And Risk

Inspector general identifies possible problems in nearly 23 percent of pharmacies that bill Medicare for blended creams, gels and lotions.

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