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The top federal prosecutors from South Dakota and North Dakota say they have increased their efforts to fight health care fraud...Attorney Brendan Johnson of South Dakota said he has restructured his office to allow lawyers in the criminal and civil
Hospitals have historically been rated by credit rating agencies (CRAs) based on their financial profile, which is largely determined by their balance sheet and market share. Other factors like a stable, strong hospital management team, a robust
Some jails and prisons are pushing to sign up exiting inmates for Medicaid, courtesy of Obamacare. The idea is that if ex-prisoners receive regular health care on the outside, fewer will reoffend...In the enduring quest to discover what can prevent
I work on a busy inpatient psychiatric unit that provides a daily reminder of the beauty, heartache, and pain that define living with mental illness. The diverse stories of each patient I treat range from energizing to hilarious to heart-wrenching.
Before Ralf Groene helped devise the look and feel of Microsoft's Surface tablet, he designed food or food concepts, he says, for people on the go. Today 3:00 am Bankruptcies Following are recent filings for bankruptcy protection in northeast Indiana.
Hamill / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Mardell Brand used to walk to the Primary Health clinic near her home in Aliquippa. When it moved from Franklin Avenue to a new location, she did not go for several years...Study after study shows that in every
SouthCoastToday.com firstname.lastname@example.org For Donald Berwick, the recipe begins with health care reform. The Democratic candidate for governor would then eliminate a few tax exemptions, close a few tax loopholes and create jobs through "the progressive
Topeka One of the most hotly contested primaries in this year's elections in Kansas is also the one drawing the least public attention. Five Republicans are vying for the nomination to become the state's next insurance commissioner, replacing
Cleveland Clinic, a $6.5 billion health care giant, closed its financially troubled Huron Hospital in 2011. RV a couple days a week and one van for getting people within an approximately 2-mile radius of Braddock to health care facilities. It
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Today's health care options for uninsured or underinsured patients in the Pittsburgh region have shrunk dramatically with the closure of 11 hospitals over the last decade. Most of those provided more free care to the poor than