Rachel Bluth, Kaiser Health News

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Name: Rachel Bluth, Kaiser Health News
Date registered: September 12, 2017
URL: http://khn.org

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  1. California Shies Away From Calls To Eliminate Restrictions On Nurse Practitioners — April 17, 2020
  2. The High Cost Of Being Trump’s Enemy — March 16, 2020
  3. Newsom: To Fix Homelessness, California Must Fix Mental Health — February 19, 2020
  4. For Newborns With Hearing Loss, Screening Opens Window To A World Of Sound — November 19, 2019
  5. As Congress Works To Curb Surprise Medical Bills, N.Y.’s Fix Gets Examined — November 5, 2019

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California Shies Away From Calls To Eliminate Restrictions On Nurse Practitioners

Many states are dramatically loosening regulations on nurse practitioners as the coronavirus pandemic increases demand for health care workers. But not California.

The High Cost Of Being Trump’s Enemy

The ongoing feud between President Donald Trump and California’s Democratic leaders is costing the Golden State hundreds of millions of health care dollars — with billions more at stake.

Newsom: To Fix Homelessness, California Must Fix Mental Health

California Gov. Gavin Newsom dedicated nearly all of his State of the State address Wednesday to homelessness. To fix that problem, he said, the state must address another one: mental health care.

For Newborns With Hearing Loss, Screening Opens Window To A World Of Sound

Most infants in the United States have a hearing screening in their first few days of life. Twenty years ago, before universal newborn screening, many kids missed out on early intervention services that help children with hearing loss access sound and develop spoken language.

As Congress Works To Curb Surprise Medical Bills, N.Y.’s Fix Gets Examined

A USC-Brookings analysis finds that the New York plan to resolve disputes between providers and insurers without leaving patients on the hook might actually be driving up costs in the system.

At Raucous Hearing, No Unity On Vaping Issues

A hearing before a House Oversight and Reform Committee panel on how to address the crisis of respiratory injuries related to vaping turned surprisingly partisan.

They Got Estimates Before Surgery — And A Bill After That Was 50% More

Patients are often told to be smart consumers and shop around for health care before they use it. What happens when people actually take that advice?

They Got Estimates Before Surgery — And A Bill After That Was 50% More

Patients are often told to be smart consumers and shop around for health care before they use it. What happens when people actually take that advice?

Doctors Argue Plans To Remedy Surprise Medical Bills Will ‘Shred’ The Safety Net

A case of questionable logic.

Doctors Argue Plans To Remedy Surprise Medical Bills Will ‘Shred’ The Safety Net

A case of questionable logic.

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