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  • Step therapy prolongs patients' misery: My Word

    Would you go to a mechanic to treat your chronic psoriasis, or your favorite barista for a customized treatment program for your chronic illness? This may sound absurd, but a similar situation is occurring across the nation. Insurance companies —...
  • In reversal, Sacramento County wants to restore clinic access to immigrants

    Facing a $55-million deficit during the Great Recession, Sacramento County officials made a choice: To save money, they would close their free health clinics to people who entered the country illegally. Six years later, they want to reverse that...
  • Yale-New Haven: Taxes, Cuts To Force Closings In Branford, East Haven

    Clinics in East Haven and Branford are scheduled to close as Yale-New Haven Health System contends with higher state taxes and lower Medicaid reimbursement rates from the state, hospital executives said Monday. Yale-New Haven wants to close the two...
  • If You Are Investigating Health Care, First Drink Plenty of Fluids

    If You Are Investigating Health Care, First Drink Plenty of Fluids
    Apparently, baby boomers are changing the face of the health care industry again. I tried to understand all the ins and outs of what's going on, but the subject matter was so dry I had to stop for an intravenous. If you are going to investigate...
  • Derby Pain Clinic Medical Director Fined $7,500 By Med Board

    The medical director of a pain clinic in Derby was reprimanded and fined $7,500 on Tuesday by the state Medical Examining Board for writing prescriptions for patients based on assessments of their appearance or behavior conducted by unlicensed medical...
  • California on cusp of offering young immigrants health care

    In a move that adds momentum to efforts to integrate immigrants, California is on the cusp of extending state-subsidized health care coverage to children from low-income families who are in the country illegally. Democrats, immigration groups and...
  • USA's "Complications" takes dark turn in medical drama

    USA Network's new show "Complications" isn't the typical medical drama. True, the story involves an emergency room doctor, his trusty nurse and a bunch of medical jargon. But the series is more of a dark thriller, merging the worlds of street crime and...
  • Expansion of urgent care clinics part of an effort to reduce emergency room visits

    Expansion of urgent care clinics part of an effort to reduce emergency room visits
    A new urgent care clinic and an expanded one have opened within a month of each other in Glendale, and it’s no coincidence. They are part of a push to cut down on the number of costly trips to local emergency rooms. Glendale Adventist Center...
  • Feds' health care fraud sweep charges 12 in Kentucky

    A dozen people including three doctors have been charged in Kentucky as part of a national crackdown on health care fraud. The federal charges were part of a nationwide sweep announced by federal officials on Thursday. The sweep has led to charges...
  • Camera documents construction of addition at Downers Grove hospital

     Camera documents construction of addition at Downers Grove hospital
    A camera installed at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove is not expected to capture any snide back stabbing or teary confessions, but hospital officials say it will provide the best – if only – reality show in town. The camera...
  • Nurse Helps Families Face Congenital Issue She Knows Firsthand

    Nurse Helps Families Face Congenital Issue She Knows Firsthand
    HARTFORD — Three words to describe a nurse are caring, compassionate and selfless, and Monique France is the epitome of all three. "She is the most caring personal I know," said Glendalee Morales, a co-worker at Connecticut Children's Medical...