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Anthem, Inc. Sep 16
By making changes at the point of sale, we have been able to achieve a greater than 50% reduction in dispensed to individuals enrolled in commercial & plans. Learn about the steps that made this possible and other efforts we are taking to prevent opioid misuse.
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Peter Morley Sep 18
Gun violence costs the U.S. $229 billion each year, according to a new report. That's MONEY that could increase access for care in the 14 states that have not expanded . One of the THOUSANDS of reasons we *must* NOW!
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Amani 5h
Hold onto whatever makes you happy 💙🌸
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Families USA Sep 19
Tennessee released a proposal to block grant its program based on recently passed legislation. The proposal is a radical restructuring of the state’s program that will harm women, children, and elderly Tennesseans. Read more:
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Rain Maker Sep 19
Replying to @MikeDorning @BW
We Don't hear about this. Or etc. being udermined by and pols
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Javad Maher Sep 14
Replying to @Politicians_101
"When in said their to multinational would pay for themselves, they lied,...Now, they're going to try to come for hardworking people to foot the by slashing , , and . We can't let them."
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Peter Morley Sep 18
Millions of people are suffering from non-access to care in those 14 states that have NOT expanded . The $229 Billion does NOT include the cost of treatment experienced for LIFE by survivors and family/friends who endure these mental scars. 💔
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Earl Jackson Sep 20
With the discussion heating up on let’s not forget the fact remains a territory that our federal government is blatantly ignoring and suffers from unequal treatment like access to funding!
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Elaine Ryan 23h
Health care advocates decry delay in expansion
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MD Health Connection Sep 18
A new public charge rule becomes effective in Oct. Here is the information you need to know and legal resources available in .
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Steve Cohen 20h
Capping Medicaid funding would be devastating to those who rely on the program. ’s Medicaid block grant proposal will do nothing but harm Memphians. should follow the example set by the majority states & expand , not limit it. .
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Center for a New Economy Sep 18
Puerto Rico is running out of funds, and hundreds of thousands of people - many of them children and elderly individuals - could lose access to healthcare. Congress must fund the program and resolve its discriminatory treatment of Puerto Ricans.
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Oklahoma Policy Institute Sep 19
"Hospitals in states that expanded Medicaid were 84% less likely to close than hospitals in non-expansion states," said Duncan Regional Hospital President and CEO Jay Johnson.
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CommunityHealth 20h
Nearly half a million more children were uninsured in 2018 than 2017.
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Eric J. Einhart 21h
We need to make sure we care for senior citizens. More Older Americans Lack Health Insurance - AARP
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Nick Budnick Sep 16
Ex-Gov. John Kitzhaber to , Peter Courtney, : mistake to let for-profit Fortune 500 company run Health Plan in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas counties; rethink other changes too:
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UHC Community&State Sep 18
As states work to care and pay for an increased number of members, they turn to innovative programs. Learn more here.
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Nicole T Sep 20
Great to hear from a consumer at today’s .
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Juliette Gonzalez Sep 20
Puerto Ricans are too. They should be treated as such and receive the same funding that mainlanders do. must do something to fix this before time runs out!
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InquisitHealth 41m
RT In a recent article, Michael O. Leavitt & outline the importance of in addressing the social determinants of health:
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