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Consumer Guide On Health Law Enrollment for 2014

Consumer Guide On Health Law Enrollment for 2014

Haven’t thought about the health care law for a while? Now’s the time. By Mary Agnes Carey Kaiser Health News Passed in 2010, the..

November 20, 2014 with 0 Comments
Wake County Doc Believes He Has a Cure for ‘Dysfunctional Medicine’

Wake County Doc Believes He Has a Cure for ‘Dysfunctional Medicine’

An Apex physician has decided to skip billing to insurance. He has patients pay him directly. By Jennifer Ferris MedPage Today/ North..

November 11, 2014 with 2 Comments
Performance Illuminates Black Men’s Views on Health Care

Performance Illuminates Black Men’s Views on Health Care

A new performance illuminates the health care disparities faced by African-American men in an extraordinary way. By Rose Hoban In North..

October 30, 2014
When a Hospital Closes

When a Hospital Closes

People in Belhaven are getting used to the new reality: Life without a local hospital. By Lisa Gillespie Kaiser Health News People in this..

September 19, 2014
New Statistics Show Drops in the Rate of Uninsured

New Statistics Show Drops in the Rate of Uninsured

This story was updated at 10:10 am with additional quotes. By Rose Hoban Fewer people nationwide lacked health insurance in the opening..

September 17, 2014
Three Nonprofits to Share $2.8 Million for Health Insurance Navigators

Three Nonprofits to Share $2.8 Million for Health Insurance Navigators

As this year’s enrollment period for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act approaches, advocates are getting ready. By..

September 9, 2014
A Trailer, Electricity and a Nurse Practitioner Might be the Future of Primary Care in Rural Areas

A Trailer, Electricity and a Nurse Practitioner Might be the Future of Primary Care in Rural Areas

The sole health care provider in the community of Snow Camp operates out of a donated trailer from Sylvan Elementary School to meet the..

September 8, 2014
Hospitals Reconsider Charity for Patients Who Decline Health Coverage

Hospitals Reconsider Charity for Patients Who Decline Health Coverage

Some hospitals are denying charity care to people who are eligible to buy insurance but decline to do so. By Julie Appleby Kaiser Health..

August 28, 2014
Survey: Insurance Rates Lag in Health Law Holdout States

Survey: Insurance Rates Lag in Health Law Holdout States

By Eric Whitney Kaiser Health News A Gallup poll released Tuesday says that the Affordable Care Act is significantly increasing the number..

August 7, 2014
Community Homeless Clinic Connects ‘All the Little Pieces of the Puzzle’

Community Homeless Clinic Connects ‘All the Little Pieces of the Puzzle’

Lincoln Community Health Center’s Health Care for the Homeless Clinic in Durham focuses its wellness approach on a population that’s..

July 31, 2014
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