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Quality Payment Program Hardship Exception Application for the 2017 Transition Year Is Now Open
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Under Trump, Hospitals Face Same Penalties Embraced By Obama
Under Trump, Hospitals Face Same Penalties Embraced By Obama

Medicare is punishing 2,573 hospitals, just two dozen short of what it did last year under former President Barack Obama, according to federal records released Wednesday

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CMS Updates Medicare Payment Rates, Quality Reporting Requirements
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In Strong-Arm Tactic, Trump Puts Congressional Health Benefits Into Play
In Strong-Arm Tactic, Trump Puts Congressional Health Benefits Into Play

The threat is rooted in a change in congressional health coverage that was ordered during the initial consideration of the ACA in 2010

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Analysis: GOP Failure To Replace The Health Law Was Years In The Making
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Even Without Congress, Trump Can Still Cut Medicaid Enrollment
Even Without Congress, Trump Can Still Cut Medicaid Enrollment

To Medicaid's staunchest supporters and most vocal critics alike, the waiver requests are a way to rein in the $500 billion program that has undergone unprecedented growth the past four years and now covers 75 million people

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 Senate Rejects
Senate Rejects "Skinny Appeal"

Mitch McConnell: "It's time to move on."

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States Have Tried Versions Of 'Skinny Repeal.' It Didn't Go Well.

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CMS Proposes 2018 and 2019 Payment Changes for Medicare Home Health Agencies
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Senate Votes To Move Ahead With Debate On Obamacare Replacement Bill
Senate Votes To Move Ahead With Debate On Obamacare Replacement Bill

Who knew Senate Health Bill debate could be so complicated? 2 Republicans vote no forcing the Vice-President to cast deciding vote

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Citizens' Council for Health Freedom: Charlie Gard Has Shown Us Our Future Under the Affordable Care Act
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Fraud And Billing Mistakes Cost Medicare -- And Taxpayers -- Tens Of Billions Last Year
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Calif. Hits Nerve By Singling Out Cardiac Surgeons With Higher Patient Death Rates
Calif. Hits Nerve By Singling Out Cardiac Surgeons With Higher Patient Death Rates

Critics say the policy deters surgeons from accepting complex cases and can unfairly tarnish doctors' records

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Senate Health Bill Still Short On 'Yays' But Leaders Vow Vote This Week
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National Health Care Fraud Takedown
National Health Care Fraud Takedown

Largest health care fraud enforcement action in DOJ history charges over 412 individuals for $1.3 billion in fraud, including 77 Floridians

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Supreme Court Knocks Down Caps on Noneconomic Damages: What to do now?
Supreme Court Knocks Down Caps on Noneconomic Damages: What to do now?

The time is now to check your medical malpractice coverage...Not after a filing

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Should GOP Health Bill Prevail, Say Bye To Insurance Rebates
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McConnell Has About $200B In 'Candy' To Make Deals On Obamacare Repeal
McConnell Has About $200B In 'Candy' To Make Deals On Obamacare Repeal

Figuring out exactly how to spread the confectionery around, though, is no simple matter

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Among Doctors in Decision-Making Roles, Fewer Than One in Four Feel 'Well Prepared' For Quality Reporting Rules: AMA/KPMG Survey
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AMA Announces Opposition to Senate Health System Reform Legislation
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New CMS Proposed Rule Would Refine MACRA
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Service Animals and Physician Practices: A look at the ADA and Florida Statute 413.08
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'Coverage Gap' For Poor May End, But Many Will Still Have Trouble Affording Plans
'Coverage Gap' For Poor May End, But Many Will Still Have Trouble Affording Plans

The Senate bill would offer federal tax credits to help pay for insurance premiums for anyone earning between 0 and 350 percent of the poverty level

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Promises Made To Protect Preexisting Conditions Prove Hollow
Promises Made To Protect Preexisting Conditions Prove Hollow

Regulations could lead to perverse situations in which insurers are required to cover chronically ill people but not the diseases they suffer from

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Winners And Losers: 40 Is Old In Senate GOP Health Plan's Subsidy Structure
Winners And Losers: 40 Is Old In Senate GOP Health Plan's Subsidy Structure

The Senate bill released Thursday would reduce the income thresholds that determine eligibility

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