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Health Care Reform Weekly Update - May 14-20, 2014

 

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May 21, 2014

Curated by Susan Banks (King & Spalding LLP, Washington, DC) and Mollye Demosthenidy (Tulane University School of Public Health, New Orleans, LA); edited by Susan Banks.

Will Premiums Skyrocket in 2015? 

www.rwjf.org - Fears of skyrocketing premiums in 2015 may be unfounded as marketplace enrollment continues to grow and insurance companies vie to remain competitive. While there may be reasons to believe that pre... 

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AMA Challenges Accuracy of Medicare Data Dump 

www.cnbc.com - The American Medical Association also suggested that many of the billing codes, which identify the types of medical services provided, were significantly under-counted in the release of 2012 Medicare reimbursements, when c... 

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No End in Sight for Health Care Provider Bankruptcies 

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Disruptive Health Care Start-Up Oscar Raises $80 Million, Valuation Nears $1 Billion 

www.forbes.com - Oscar Health Insurance just received a powerful cash injection. The technology-based health insurance company founded by Josh Kushner (Thrive Capital), Kevin Nazemi, and Mario Schlosser today announ... 

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New Hospice Model Allows Curative Therapy to Continue 

www.reuters.com - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new program from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services may remove a barrier that makes patients hesitate to opt for hospice care near the end of life. Until n...  
 
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Changes in Mortality After Massachusetts Health Care Reform: A Quasi-Experimental Study

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Do More Health Insurance Options Lead to Higher Wages? Evidence from States Extending Dependent Coverage 

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Early Data Suggests Obamacare Premiums Are Not Skyrocketing 

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When Less Is More: Issues of Overuse in Health Care 

 

 

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