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02/07/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Lori Kersey
HUNTINGTON, WV - The judicial system is changing its views on medication-assisted treatment, perhaps nowhere as clearly as in child welfare cases, a Cabell County judge said Tuesday.

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02/07/2019 - The Register-Herald by: Wendy Holdren
CHARLESTON ,WV - Compared to 2010, since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid expansion, fewer Americans are uninsured. Also, insurance coverage gaps are shorter since the ACA became law.

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02/07/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Lori Kersey
CHARLESTON ,WV - A former cabinet secretary for the Department of Health and Human Resources was sworn onto the Kanawha-Charleston Board of Health on Wednesday.

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02/07/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Lori Kersey
CHARLESTON ,WV - A Texas judge’s ruling striking down the Affordable Care Act, if it stands, could cost millions of people their health care and potentially their lives, a former West Virginia state health officer testified Thursday before members of Congress.

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02/06/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Harris Meyer
WASHINGTON, DC - Commercial and Medicare Advantage plans pay mental health providers in their networks significantly lower rates than traditional Medicare pays, which likely reduces access for patients, Congressional Budget Office analysts found.

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02/06/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Susannah Luthi
WASHINGTON, DC - President Donald Trump in his State of the Union address Tuesday night called for support for his administration's international reference price model for prescription drugs as he promised that lower healthcare costs are the "next major priority for me."

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02/06/2019 - The Hill by: Peter Sullivan
WASHINGTON, DC - A bipartisan group of senators is asking industry groups for information as they plan legislation to prevent patients from getting massive, unexpected medical bills.

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