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  • These tax-smart techniques can cut your health costs

    Now that health care policies are legally required to cover certain services, insurers are intensifying efforts to rein in costs by shifting more of the burden to you. In addition to boosting deductibles, they're increasing cost-sharing for doctors'...
  • Surgeons buy into outpatient facility

    The recent reopening of an outpatient surgery facility at Glendale Adventist Medical Center marked the first time physicians were able to buy a stake in a surgery center in conjunction with the hospital. The Physicians Adventist Surgery Center...
  • A tour of Rush's Ebola treatment center

    A tour of Rush's Ebola treatment center
    Bleach was everywhere. Jugs of it. Canisters of disposable bleach wipes. The so-called containment suite at Rush University Medical Center was stocked with bleach, ready to kill the Ebola virus should it come to Chicago. If an Ebola patient undergoing...
  • Surgeon with ties to Maryland could be flown to U.S. for Ebola treatment

    Surgeon with ties to Maryland could be flown to U.S. for Ebola treatment
    A surgeon with ties to Maryland who was infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone could be flown to the University of Nebraska Medical Center for treatment. In a statement Thursday, the U.S. State Department confirmed that it is "in touch" with the family of a...
  • Doctor, whose family lives in Md., flown to Nebraska for Ebola treatment

    Doctor, whose family lives in Md., flown to Nebraska for Ebola treatment
    A surgeon from Sierra Leone, critically ill with Ebola, was flown to a Nebraska hospital for treatment on Saturday, and is sicker than previous patients treated in the United States, medical officials said. Dr. Martin Salia, 44, whose family lives in...
  • State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules

    State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules
    Maryland health regulators say they found serious violations at the group home for disabled foster children where a 10-year-old Baltimore boy died in July — including conflicting records on his care, and miscommunication between staff and the...
  • Pediatric nursing: Making a difference in a child's life is rewarding

    By Erinn Hutkin Annie Ryan tells herself every day that she has the best job in the world. A certified pediatric nurse practitioner for Swedish Covenant Medical Group Pediatrics in Chicago, Ryan helps children and families become better people -...
  • VA chief: 'Tens of thousands' more medical staff needed

    The Department of Veterans Affairs needs "tens of thousands" more personnel working in VA hospitals and clinics to meet patient demand, the new VA secretary, Robert "Bob" McDonald, told lawmakers Tuesday at a hearing of the Senate Veterans Affairs...
  • Prop. 46 is on the ballot to pick up Legislature's slack

    Prop. 46 is on the ballot to pick up Legislature's slack
    Proposition 46 is a classic example of a citizens' initiative that should never have been on the ballot. It's also a classic example of why some initiative system is needed so citizens can do their own lawmaking when the elected lawmakers won't. The...
  • Rebuild primary-care system

    Government versus corporate control is the subject of partisan debate in health care; the patient controlled it a few decades ago. American doctors were self employed. They answered to peer review committees, state boards and the courts, but they worked...
  • From West Africa To Atlanta, Tolland Nurse On The Front Lines Of Ebola Fight

    From West Africa To Atlanta, Tolland Nurse On The Front Lines Of Ebola Fight
    The children, sick with Ebola and often orphaned, are the most haunting memory that nurse Jane Boggini brought home to Tolland from Sierra Leone, where she recently spent six weeks taking care of patients with the deadly disease. It helped to touch...