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Category: Patient Rights
The Obama administration urged courts to support mandates required by the new health care reform laws, because the costs of the uninsured are a burden on interstate commerce, according to AP reports. In a 62-page argument filed last week in a feRead More
The error rate for Medicare claims declined in 2010 and is on track for a 50% reduction by 2012, according to the latest US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Agency Financial Report. “Last year we changed how we calculate the eRead More
"There is no precedent for this power grab," Robert Muise stated, according to a Detroit News article. Muise, an attorney with an Ann Arbor-based legal advocacy group, represents four Michigan residents. US District Judge George C.Read More
No matter what the intended message from voters, the fact is that the election of Scott Brown (R-Mass) to the Senate has put the brakes on efforts to sign sweeping changes to the existing US health care system into law. As Brown assumes his new rolRead More
U.S. President Barack Obama said in an interview aired on Wednesday that he "absolutely" will get healthcare reform completed in 2009 but declined to say what the final package would eventually look like. "Yes, absolutely," ORead More
The $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, signed by President Obama on February 17, gives a huge monetary boost to the country and pushes forward an abundance of health care provisions. More than $140 billion will be spent onRead More