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06/24/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Rachel Cohrs
WASHINGTON, DC - An appellate court ruled on Monday that lower courts cannot stop the Small Business Administration from excluding hospitals in bankruptcy proceedings from forgivable COVID-19 relief loans.

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06/24/2020 - Kaiser Health News by: Jenny Applyby
WASHINGTON, DC - After seven days as an inpatient for complications related to heart problems, Glenn Shanoski was initially hesitant when doctors suggested in early April that he could cut his hospital stay short and recover at home — with high-tech 24-hour monitoring and daily visits from medical teams.

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06/24/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Michael Brady
WASHINGTON, DC - A federal judge sided with the Trump administration Tuesday, saying that HHS can force hospitals to reveal the prices they negotiate with insurers.

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06/24/2020 - The Washington Post
WASHINGTON, DC - Dr. Anthony Fauci and other Trump administration health officials warned that coronavirus activity could continue for some time.

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06/24/2020 - The Associated Press by: Anthony Izaguirre
CHARLESTON, WV - West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said Monday that coronavirus cases are climbing across the state though he declined to strengthen restrictions as his reopening plan continues.

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06/24/2020 - MetroNews by: Jeff Jenkins
MORGANTOWN, WV - The state Department of Health and Human Resources reported two additional deaths in connection with COVID-19 in information released Tuesday morning.

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06/23/2020 - Modern Healthcare by: Shelby Livingston
WASHINGTON, DC - A new study by researchers at George Washington University found that children who are guaranteed continuous Medicaid eligibility are less likely to experience gaps in insurance coverage, but it's unclear if they had better health outcomes.

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