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Trump's policies set to damage health and science, warns The BMJ

The BMJ warns that Trump's administration "is acting in ways that will suppress research and limit communication on scientific topics that it deems politically inconvenient.

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Many cancer survivors change their prescription drug use for financial reasons

A new analysis indicates that many cancer survivors change their prescription drug use (including skipping doses or requesting cheaper medications) for financial reasons.

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Insurance status impacts complication rates after shoulder replacement surgery

Patients undergoing shoulder replacement surgery who have Medicaid, Medicare or no health insurance, had higher complication rates as compared to patients who had private insurance.

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Examining different accountable care organization payment models

Two new studies published online by JAMA Internal Medicine take a look at different accountable care organization (ACO) payment models.The first study by J. Michael McWilliams, M.D., Ph.D.

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Study shows impact of dental benefits on meeting children's dental needs

A report in The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) shows that dental benefits play a significant role in meeting the dental needs of children, including checkups and treatments.

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New survey finds many Americans want changes to ACA but few support immediate repeal

According to a new national survey on Americans' opinions on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 12 percent of Americans want...

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Inability to work: Medical experts often disagree

Independent medical evaluations are often used to adjudicate disability claims. But different doctors assessing the same patient often disagree on whether the patient is disabled or not.

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Most primary care doctors 'strongly endorse' key elements of the Affordable Care Act

Proponents of repealing the Affordable Care Act, including President Donald Trump's nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, have argued that the law places an undue burden on...

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Large pre-ACA Medicaid expansion did not level health disparities in cancer surgery

An analysis of the New York State's Medicaid expansion, which predated the 2010 Affordable Care Act, finds substantial decrease in uninsured rate but little change in racial disparities when it...

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The ACA increased coverage and access for the chronically ill, but many still face barriers to care

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) increased insurance coverage and access to care for patients with chronic medical conditions, but a year after the law took full effect, many...

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Who is at risk to lose insurance if Affordable Care Act changed or repealed?

If Congress changes or repeals the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which adults are at risk of losing health insurance?

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Patients face 'surprise' medical bills from out-of-network specialists

The average anesthesiologist, emergency physician, pathologist and radiologist charge more than four times what Medicare pays for similar services, often leaving privately-insured consumers stuck...

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New study: What do health plan deductibles really mean for people with chronic illness?

For tens of millions of Americans, the start of a new year means the counter has gone back to zero on their health insurance deductible.

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Older lung cancer patients face significant treatment burden

Depending on the type of treatment older lung cancer patients receive, they can spend an average of one in three days interacting with the healthcare system in the first 60 days after surgery or...

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Has the Affordable Care Act reduced socioeconomic disparities in cancer screening?

Out-of-pocket expenditures are thought to be a significant barrier to receiving cancer preventive services, especially for individuals of lower socioeconomic status.

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Medicare bundled-payments model cut joint replacement costs by more than 20 percent

Savings seen largely in lower costs of artificial joints and post-surgical rehabilitation.

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Study finds use of hospital emergency departments for dental conditions increased after medicaid expansion in Kentucky

According to a study published in Health Affairs, increased access to adult dental coverage through Medicaid exposed a largely unmet need for oral health care services in Kentucky and the potential...

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Few older Americans have dental insurance

Only 12 percent of older Americans have some form of dental insurance and fewer than half visited a dentist in the previous year, suggests new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health...

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Depression rates growing among adolescents, particularly girls

Study shows 1 in 6 girls report experiencing an episode of clinical depression over previous year.

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Large population-based studies bolster evidence that insurance status affects cancer patients' health and survival

Two new studies indicate that health insurance status may impact patients' health outcomes following a diagnosis of cancer.

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Medicaid expansion increased Medicaid enrollment among liver transplant recipients

Researchers have found that Medicaid expansion increased Medicaid enrollment among people who received liver transplants funded by commercial insurance.

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United States Health Care Reform: Progress to date and next steps

The Affordable Care Act has made significant progress toward solving long-standing challenges facing the U.S.

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Universal health coverage 'prevented cancer death increase' in economic crisis

Universal healthcare protected against the health effects of higher unemployment and lower public spending in the 2008-2010 global economic crisis.

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Doctors call for single-payer health reform, cite need to move beyond the Affordable Care Act

The American Journal of Public Health publishes physicians' call for sweeping single-payer reform with detailed proposal signed by over 2,200 doctors nationwide.

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Middle-aged adults with hearing loss have substantially higher health care costs

In a study published online by JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Annie N. Simpson, Ph.D.

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