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Affordable Care Act Eases Concerns for Family with Hemophilia

December 29, 2014

This article originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal. To read it in its entirety, click here. ________________________________________ Title: Affordable Care Act Eases Concerns for One Family Date: December 25, 2014 By: Christopher Weaver Source: The Wall Street Journal Jaime Hood and her family were among the health law’s biggest winners in 2014. Ms. Hood said she enrolled […]

Attorneys General Back Missouri Lt. Gov. in Challenge to Health Care Law

August 2, 2011

By Jane Norman, CQ HealthBeat Associate Editor Attorneys general from 21 states filed a brief Tuesday backing a legal challenge to the health care law that’s being pursued by Missouri’s lieutenant governor. The brief includes state officials who are the plaintiffs in a separate multistate case pending in a federal appeals court in Florida. Their […]

Why is Health Information Technology emerging as a state issue?

August 6, 2009

Much of the action on health care continues to occur at state and local levels, with support from the federal government and national and local philanthropies. Many states begin by forming a commission to develop an action plan for HIT and, most significantly, bring together the various interested parties. Since 2005, almost one-third (17) of […]


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