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IMA seeks tax funding of health care

Over the past year, over 46 lakh beneficiaries have received cashless hospital treatment under the scheme, over half of these treatments coming in private hospitals. The hospitals empanelled under the scheme get […]

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People concerned about burnout among health care professionals, survey shows

Bethesda, MD — About three-quarters of U.S. adults say burnout among health care professionals is a concern and fear that it compromises their own safety and the level of care they receive, […]

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Why Addressing Social Factors Could Improve US Health Care

Health in the US is a tale of two starkly different realities. The better-off and well-connected are not only in a stronger position to receive care when they need it, but they […]

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Anti-citrullinated protein antibodies predict high health care use in RA

ORLANDO — Among patients with rheumatoid arthritis, the presence of serum anti-citrullinated protein antibodies with erosive disease is a predictor of high health care use, according to data presented at the 2019 Rheumatology […]

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HSAs Provide A Sweet Tax Break, But Some May Increase Health Care Spending

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 15: Technology monitors a patient’s vital signs in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images) CORBIS VIA GETTY IMAGES As a tax shelter, health […]

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Maggots found on patient at Hacienda HealthCare, same Arizona facility where incapacitated woman gave birth

Arizona officials are moving toward revoking the license of a health care facility after maggots were found in a patient last week. The decision comes months after a nurse was charged with raping […]

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Trump announces expansion of health care coverage for small businesses

President Trump announced the expansion of health care coverage for America’s small businesses and workers Friday, through health reimbursement arrangements, known as HRAs. “HRAs will now receive the same tax treatment that […]

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New association ‘overdue’ to support health care providers on social media

Today, we have come to a time where there is an increased focus on health misinformation along with the potential for social media to truly impact public health. A couple months ago, we started […]

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