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02/22/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Maria Castellucci
WASHINGTON, DC - About 44% of U.S. physicians reported at least one burnout symptom in 2017, a substantial decrease from 2014 when roughly 54% suffered from burnout, according to a new survey from the American Medical Association.

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02/22/2019 - CNN by: Susan Scutti
WASHINGTON, DC - There's no end in sight for one of the largest prescription drug recalls in recent memory.

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02/22/2019 - The Register-Herald by: Erica Young
CHARLESTON ,WV - The Senate Health and Human Resources Committee this week moved SB 564, which would require the Department of Health and Human Resources to extend Medicaid to pregnant women “between 185 percent and 300 percent of the federal poverty level including prenatal care, delivery, and 60 days postpartum.”

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02/22/2019 - The Register-Herald by: Jessica Farrish
CHARLESTON ,WV - Proposed legislation that would require the state to more specifically track cancer death rates did not become law this session after a State Bureau of Public Health official opposed the measure.

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02/22/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Taylor Stuck
CHARLESTON ,WV - Rehashing a bill the full House of Delegates passed last year, the House Health and Human Resources Committee on Tuesday passed a bill to adopt recommendations from the Medical Cannabis Advisory Board to improve the West Virginia medical marijuana program.

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02/22/2019 - MetroNews by: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON ,WV - The House Finance Committee passed two bills aimed at generating the $150 million that Gov. Jim Justice promised to shore up the Public Employees Insurance Agency.

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02/22/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Lori Kersey
CHARLESTON ,WV - Poor West Virginians who get health care coverage through Medicaid would have to work, volunteer or train for a job under a bill that originated and advanced in the House Finance Committee on Wednesday.

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