05/14/2013 - The Charleston Gazette
CHARLESTON - It's been observed in a number of contexts that the demand for free things is infinite. Nowhere is the cost of providing "free" services as expensive as it is in the case of medical care.
05/14/2013 - The Journal. By Jenni Vincent.
MARTINSBURG - After years of a successfully providing medical care to Eastern Panhandle residents, two area hospitals - as well as the name of the health care system serving them -have been renamed to better represent their roles locally.
05/13/2013 - The Charleston Gazette. By David Gutman.
CHARLESTON - A distance of three miles between competing hospitals in downtown Huntington means nearly $24,000 in added charges for a patient needing a bowel procedure.
05/13/2013 - The Charleston Gazette
CHARLESTON - Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito's recent column in the Sunday Gazette-Mail on the health reform law, also known as Obamacare, generated heat but shed little light on the complex subject of health-care reform.
05/13/2013 - The Exponent Telegram. By Erin Beck.
CLARKSBURG - Harrison County health care providers expect to change the way they operate when thousands of uninsured residents become eligible for Medicaid in 2014.
05/13/2013 - The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, DC - Cancer patients could face high costs for medications under President Barack Obama's health care law, industry analysts and advocates warn.
05/13/2013 - The Charleston Daily Mail. By Zack Harold.
CHARLESTON - For many of us, it's printed right on the insurance card: if you decide to go to the doctor, be prepared to fork over $20 on your way out the door.