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Hospitals worry about the 23 million that would lose coverage under AHCA

Hospitals worry about the 23 million that would lose coverage under AHCA

That number would jump to a total of 51 million uninsured by 2026, according to the Congressional Budget Office's analysis of the House's version of the Affordable Care Act repeal-and-replace bill.

Insurance premiums have doubled since 2013, but policies are more generous

By Shelby Livingston  |  May 24, 2017

An HHS report released late Tuesday paints a grim picture of the rising health insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act. But health policy experts explained that while premiums may have gone up since the ACA was implemented, consumers are also getting more bang for their buck.



Government

CDC and states lack resources to combat Zika

Agencies responsible for running tests to identify Zika don't have the right equipment to do so and there aren't enough coordinated efforts to control the mosquito population, according to a new federal analysis released Tuesday.

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Need a doctor's appointment? Click it.

For today's tech-savvy consumers, patient-centric care begins before the patient steps foot in the doctor's office, hospital or clinic. It starts with the prospective patient trawling the web for provider reviews and ratings.

People

Indiana Medicaid Director Moser steps down

Joe Moser, a key architect of Indiana's alternative Medicaid expansion program, has stepped down as the state's Medicaid director. Since his appointment in 2013, he oversaw the care of more than 1.5 million Medicaid and CHIP enrollees.

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