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Opinion writers communicate their takes on the health care plan advanced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
Media outlets report on news from Texas, North Carolina, Maine, Florida, California, Nevada, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Louisiana and Minnesota.
Editorial pages feature an announcement by the head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Trump administration plans, one suggestion for covering more Americans and a look at how Japan handles health care.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is calling for more transparency regarding hospital inspection reports.
Too often enforcement of rules for dealing with crisis is lax, advocates for nursing home residents say.
Opinion writers offer a variety of thoughts on single-payer health care systems in general and the current proposal put forth by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in specific.
Editorial writers offer a variety of opinions on the single-payer health plan proposal advanced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
After its single-payer efforts collapsed, the state is trying to revolutionize health care in a different way. The model is similar to how Medicare pays for care.
One of the executives of the facility where eight residents died in the wake of the hurricane said she repeatedly called a special number given out to nursing homes that needed urgent help, and yet no one came. Meanwhile, Gov. Rick Scott has suspended the home from the state’s Medicaid program and announced new safety rules for facilities this weekend.
The new cards will be rolled out in April, but federal officials are beginning an outreach campaign now so seniors are not confused when they get theirs.
Columnists offer their opinions on a range of health policy topics, including the Obamacare alternative being advanced by Sens. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.), Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Dean Heller (R-Nev.), the impact of immigration policy and how to make sense of issues during the upcoming open enrollment period.
Editorial writers offer their thoughts on the single-payer approach to health care that appears to be gaining traction in the ongoing policy debate.
Some lawmakers and organizations want the government to help get the word out about advance directives and to encourage people to create them. Also, a look at some of the experimental programs being run by Medicare to change how doctors are reimbursed.
A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
Opinion writers examine the “Medicare for All” movement and other aspects of the national health care debate.
The Census Bureau says there were no statistically significant year-over-year changes for any other kinds of health insurance. Media outlets break down what the numbers mean in the states as well.
Medigap Plans F and C, which are quite popular among Medicare beneficiaries, will close to new enrollment in 2020. In other Medicare news, federal officials have proposed some changes in home health payment policies, and public health officials ponder a rise in sepsis cases among beneficiaries.
Editorial writers take on a variety of health policy issues, ranging from what’s next for the Affordable Care Act, to whether bipartisan reforms are possible and even who is really to blame.
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Medical groups oppose the move because it could unfairly damage a doctor’s reputation. In other Medicare news, beneficiaries are warned about protecting the new cards coming out next year, and federal officials relax some rules for people in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey.