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02/13/2019 - The Hill by: Jessie Hellmann
WASHINGTON, DC - Health care spending for individuals who receive employer-sponsored insurance has reached a record high, according to a study released Tuesday.

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02/12/2019 - The Inter-Mountain by Dan Geohagan
ELKINS, WV - Davis Medical Center is inviting the public to see the facility’s new geriatric behavioral health unit this week.

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02/12/2019 - The Clarksburg Exponent by: JoAnn Snoderly
CLARKSBURG, WV - Each year, West Virginia women die of a preventable cancer that, when detected and treated early, tends to be successfully treated with good outcomes and long survival, according to a state report.

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02/12/2019 - The Herald-Dispatch by: Phil Kabler
CHARLESTON, WV - Without debate, the West Virginia Senate on Monday advanced on a 27-6 vote a joint resolution for a constitutional amendment that would block the state Supreme Court from intervening in future House of Delegates' impeachment hearings and Senate impeachment trials.

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02/12/2019 - The Dominion Post by: David Beard
CHARLESTON, WV - Here is a sampling of bills introduced Feb. 11 and Feb. 8. Among them is the governor’s bill to fund PEIA. Monongalia-Preston-Marion-area lead sponsors and co-sponsors, if any, are noted.

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02/12/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Robert King
WASHINGTON, DC - CMS on Monday released proposed rules that require many types of insurers to provide electronic health data in a standard format by 2020.

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02/12/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Shelby Livingston
WASHINTON, DC - Calls for funding cuts to popular entitlement programs, including Medicare and Medicaid, have been fueled by the growing U.S. deficit and the fear that the Medicare trust fund will soon run out. Some Republican lawmakers insist that trimming those programs is the only way to rein in federal spending.

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