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Community health center funding lapse could force job cuts

Continued inaction by Congress to re-authorize crucial funding for the country’s community health centers could result in the loss of more than 60,000 healthcare jobs, according to a new report.
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Complicated foreign excise tax for U.S. companies could pose problems for House Republican tax bill

A complicated excise tax proposed for the foreign transactions of multinational companies looms as potential problem for the House Republican tax bill.

Conservative groups aligned with the wealthy Koch brothers have compared the provision to a controversial border-adjustment tax that they helped…


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The switcheroo that could give McConnell enough votes to repeal Obamacare

Just when you thought the Republican drive to repeal the Affordable Care Act was finally dead, there is a plausible new scenario being discussed on how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell could resuscitate it.
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Bel-Air’s most notorious mansion could be an entertainer’s dream, a fixer-upper or a teardown

Celebrity homebuilder Mohamed Hadid pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges involving a Bel-Air mansion that city officials say was built bigger and taller than allowed.

What happens to the unfinished compound remains unclear. But here’s what we know, based on Times reporting over the years.


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‘One-in, two-out’ executive order could shake up heavily regulated healthcare industry

President Donald Trump’s latest executive order requires executive departments or agencies to remove two previously implemented regulations for every new regulation issued.
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Providers could see more money as states assess Medicaid network adequacy

Providers could see pay raises or patient volumes increase as a result of states boosting efforts to track whether fee-for-service Medicaid patients have adequate access to care.
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Patient APM notifications could mean lots of money lost for hospitals

Hospitals say a proposal to have them notify patients that their coverage may have changed as a result of an alternative payment model would result in high penalties and be costly to administer.
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Could Greece Face Military Take-Over? Michael Rivero – July 6, 2015

Source: whatreallyhappened.com – Monday, July 06, 2015

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Back-end problems could “overshadow” Healthcare.gov fixes

Stream Fox 17 newscasts LIVE starting with TN Mornings at 5 am and News at 9 pm.WASHINGTON, D.C. – Right now the White House is calling Healthcare.gov’s curr…

CMS’ proposed payment initiative could derail lower-cost insurance program, officials and insurers warn

State officials and health insurers warn a payment policy proposed by the CMS could derail a program to provide lower-cost insurance to Americans who are eligible to buy but can’t afford plans in the exchanges.
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