09/19/2013 - The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, DC - The GOP-controlled House is cruising toward a vote to gut President Barack Obama's health care plan as part of a temporary funding bill to prevent a partial government shutdown on Oct. 1.
09/19/2013 - The Herald-Dispatch
HUNTINGTON - Not surprisingly, West Virginia and Kentucky have fared poorly in a new health study released this week, this one focused on how well low-income people are served.
09/19/2013 - Bloomberg News
NEW YORK - Walgreen Co., the biggest U.S. drugstore chain, will move its workers into a private health insurance exchange to buy company-subsidized coverage, the latest sign of how the debate over Obamacare is accelerating a historic shift in corporate health-care coverage.
09/19/2013 - The Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON - As we observe National Information Technology week in West Virginia, let's take pride in the ongoing efforts to transition from paper medical records to electronic ones.
09/19/2013 - WV Metro News
CHARLESTON - President Obama got an incredible stroke of luck when Russian President Vladimir Putin bailed him out on Syria, promising to secure Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons. Putin’s haughty, lecturing letter to America in the New York Times also jangled some jingoistic spirits here causing even some Obama detractors to make sure we rooted for our side.
09/18/2013 - The Times West Virginian. By Mary Wade Burnside.
FAIRMONT - Flu shots are now available at the Marion County Health Department and anyone who wants one can go to the weekly vaccination clinic, held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. “We have plenty of doses,” said Donna Riffle, director of nursing at the Marion County Health Department, located at 300 Second St. in Fairmont.
09/18/2013 - The Associated Press
CHARLESTON - A private foundation's report says West Virginia isn't doing a good job of delivering health care services for low-income residents.