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  • BC-premium-health-drugs 02/04 TCA

    PREMIUM HEALTH NEWS SERVICE For release 02/04/15 (NOTICE: MUST CREDIT KIPLINGER.) (NOTICE: For retransmission or other content delivery inquiries, please contact TCA Customer Service, (tcacustomerservice@tribune.com) at 1-800-346-8798, or outside the US...
  • Greater New Haven Senate leaders back cap on hospital facility fees

    Greater New Haven Senate leaders back cap on hospital facility fees Ma New Haven Register, Conn. HARTFORD -- Bills that would limit and cap facility fees, reward lower medical costs, get a measurement of quality care and protect consumers have...
  • Diabetes Takes Disproportionate Toll On Hispanics And Blacks

    Diabetes Takes Disproportionate Toll On Hispanics And Blacks
    Connecticut's diabetes rate ranks lower than the national average, but Hispanics and African-Americans are more than twice as likely to have the disease compared with their white neighbors and are at greater risk of dying from diabetes-related causes....
  • Company Helps Families Struggling To Manage Parents' Declining Health

    Company Helps Families Struggling To Manage Parents' Declining Health
    AVON — Sharon Gauthier was always the squeaky wheel where she worked. Gauthier remembers working from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. in a neonatal ICU, and being told she was to report for mandatory overtime from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. "I'm not doing that, that's...
  • CT Technologist: Blend of patient care, technical skills a satisfying challenge

    Andres Guerrero has always liked helping other people, but little did he know that meeting his wife would also introduce him to the profession that allows him to do just that every day. For three years, Guerrero, 39, has worked as a computer tomography...
  • U. of C. nurses give approval to strike

    U. of C. nurses give approval to strike
    University of Chicago Medicine nurses have given their overwhelming approval to strike. Jan Rodolfo, Midwest director of National Nurses United, which represents 1,500 U. of C. nurses, said 95 percent of the nurses who voted Thursday evening...
  • Medicare 'quality indicators' diverge from quality care

    Medicare 'quality indicators' diverge from quality care
    Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced this week that, through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare would be taking drastic steps to assure that doctors are paid not for visits and procedures, but rather for the value of their...
  • Sacred Heart turned patient trust in doctors 'upside down,' lawyer says

     Sacred Heart turned patient trust in doctors 'upside down,' lawyer says
    Patients should be able to trust that their doctors are making unbiased medical decisions, but administrators at a West Side hospital "turned that trust upside down" by doling out hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks, a federal prosecutor told...
  • The Disneyland measles crisis: how to make negligent parents pay

    The Disneyland measles crisis: how to make negligent parents pay
    The continuing and spreading outbreak of measles traced originally to visitors to Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure park revives the questions of who should be held responsible, and how they should be made to pay for the injury and illness...
  • Health reform highlights shortage of mental health workers

    Health reform highlights shortage of mental health workers
    National health reform was supposed to open the doors to mental health services for hundreds of thousands of people who couldn't previously afford to get treatment, but Maryland patients are finding there aren't enough doctors. A study released Monday by...
  • All-inclusive programs aim to keep seniors out of nursing homes

    All-inclusive programs aim to keep seniors out of nursing homes
    Want to stay in your own home as you age? More seniors will have that chance through a little-known program that's expanding in South Florida. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE, uses Medicare and Medicaid dollarsfor services and...