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  • America's epidemic of fear over Ebola

    Beware of epidemics in election years. It's unfashionable to express sympathy for politicians these days, but spare an ounce of charity for all those officeholders trying to come up with reassuring responses to the terrifying — but so far,...
  • What Prop. 46 would fix

    For haters of junk mail, Proposition 46 may be this election season's biggest nuisance. Groups supporting and opposing 46 have spared no expense in stuffing voters' mailboxes. Among other provisions, the measure would reset California's cap on noneconomic...
  • David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare

    David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare
    Washington, D.C., is suffering from a severe sickness that needs to be cured for America to move forward toward prosperity. The economy is stagnant, the federal government is bloated, health care has been ripped out of the hands of physicians and placed...
  • Doctor calms ebola fears by talking facts

    Doctor calms ebola fears by talking facts
    More than 65 people, including residents and health care personnel, came out recently to hear Bethesda Memorial Hospital's internal medical physician Dr. Richard Raborn speak about the history of ebola, the current status of the outbreak, how Africa and...
  • Medical billers, coders: Navigating insurance claims takes skill and persistence

    By Erinn Hutkin While she's not directly involved in patient care, Lynn Ellis still plays a vital, and rewarding, role in helping people when they visit the doctor. An insurance accounts-receivable specialist who deals with medical billing and coding...
  • Sorting through misleading ads for the real Proposition 45

    Sorting through misleading ads for the real Proposition 45
    Would the real Proposition 45 please stand up? One of the main arguments advanced by the commercials aired and the torrent of mailers sent by the No on 45 campaign is that the measure would place healthcare in the hands of a single corruptible...
  • New add-on charges appearing on medical bills

    New add-on charges appearing on medical bills
    Has anyone else encountered those pesky add-on charges that have emerged for doctor's visits? A facilities fee here; a "medical diagnosis" co-pay for a visit to get your eyes checked (that's in addition to the vision insurance co-pay); and a hospital...
  • Doctor makes house calls in Chicago's most dangerous neighborhoods

    Doctor makes house calls in Chicago's most dangerous neighborhoods
    Up wooden steps, past unlit Christmas lights dangling in the window, Dr. Fred Richardson Jr. walked through the doorway of Louise Cannon's house on a cold November night on Chicago's West Side. He passed Cannon's grandchildren, a photo of the Obamas...
  • Tangier Island clinic is in excellent health

    Tangier Island clinic is in excellent health
    From the broad, welcoming porch of the Tangier Island health center, physician assistant E. Inez Pruitt can look over her childhood home on one side and the grave of her mentor, David B. Nichols, on the other. When Nichols died in 2010, the physician...
  • Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics

    Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics
    Efforts to screen for possible cases of Ebola are moving from airports and hospitals to doctors' offices and urgent-care clinics. While the chance of a widespread outbreak in the United States is considered extremely unlikely, patients making...
  • Ebola is 'not a death sentence,' U.S. cases prove

    Ebola is 'not a death sentence,' U.S. cases prove
    When Amber Vinson walked out of Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Tuesday, she became the sixth person in the country to be successfully treated for a disease that kills 70% of its victims in Africa, but has so far killed only one in the United...