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Cornerstone VNA welcomes three new Board Members Rochester – Cornerstone VNA, your local nonprofit home health and aged care organization, welcomes and introduces new board members, Marilyn Staff, RN, David Richard and Laura Davie. According to Julie Reynolds, RN, MS, President/CEO, “We are thrilled to have Marilyn, David and Laura on our dynamic and steadfast … Read more

The United States tops health care spending, but lasts for health outcomes among rich countries | Health

TUESDAY, Jan. 31, 2023 (HealthDay News) — The United States spends up to four times more on health care than most rich countries, but doesn’t have much to show for it. Life expectancy in America continues to decline even though this country spends nearly 18% of its GDP on health care, according to a new … Read more

The Australian Department of Health has not failed to manage risks in expanding telehealth: a government review

Australia’s National Audit Office has conducted a review of the expansion of telehealth services across the country by the Department of Health and Aged Care in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. the findings Based on State auditthe section is short on governance, risk management, and assessment of the expansion of telehealth. While it made “significant” … Read more

Governor Mills nominates CEO for a new Office of Affordable Health Care

Meg Garratt-Reed to head a new independent agency created to analyze health care cost drivers and propose solutions for people in Maine Governor Janet Mills announced today that she has nominated Meg Garratt-Reid, director of the Office of the Health Insurance Marketplace at the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, as Executive Director of … Read more

Abnormal selection | MIT News

Across the United States, about three-quarters of people enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans—a form of private insurance that follows Medicare rules—receive free gym memberships. why is that? The answer, the research has shown, is that it improves the insurance companies’ customer base: The promise of free workout time lures not only existing clients from the … Read more

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International students have required upfront payment prior to emergency treatment in Queensland hospitals

International students recalled the frightening and stressful experience of being asked to pay hundreds of dollars upfront before treatment in the emergency departments of Queensland Public Hospitals. It has prompted advocates to call for a change in the hospital’s policy for billing students’ health insurance directly. the main points: International students are not eligible for … Read more

Canada has a universal healthcare system. But is it really?

Perhaps one day our universal health care system will represent Canadians’ values, but certainly not anymore. American friends, you probably introduce us to the drinking age and “free healthcare.” Unfortunately, however, our healthcare system no longer embodies the principles of equality, respect, decency, safety, and peace that we hold so dear. You may also be … Read more

The US Food and Drug Administration is relaxing a ban on gay men donating blood after decades of restrictions

Comment on this story Suspension Gay and bisexual men in monogamous relationships will not be forced to abstain from sex to donate blood under federal guidelines to be proposed in the coming days, ending remnants of the early days of the AIDS crisis. The planned easing of restrictions by the Food and Drug Administration came … Read more