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Can I Stay on My Spouse’s Illinois Health Insurance After Divorce?

Financial preparation prior to filing for divorce can substantially ease your stress during and after divorce. If you have been out of the workforce for some years, the idea of becoming self-supporting can be daunting. The three biggest expenses you … Continue reading

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The Role of Appropriate Access to Care in Reducing Health System Costs

Seeking to address growing concerns about U.S. health care costs, policymakers in many cases are turning to patient access restrictions in efforts to reduce spending and, as such, control costs. Cost-containment objectives are undoubtedly necessary to pursue. But policies that … Continue reading

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After 6 Week Trial, New York Doctor And Physical Therapist Found Guilty Of Health Care Fraud, Conspiracy to Make False Statements Relating to Health Care Programs Medicare And Medicaid and Other Counts With Allegations of Sham Owner, Falsified Medical Records, Kickbacks.

A recent health care fraud case involved the alleged unlicensed practice of medicine and a  physician allegedly posing as the owner of medical clinics in order to satisfy New York  law that medical clinics be owned and operated by a medical … Continue reading

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Gravity machines make play for space in crowded health clubs (CP via Yahoo! Canada News)

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (CP) – North America might not need yet another exercise machine. Treadmills, weights and resistance equipment already jam the health clubs. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Health Law

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Can Health Regulation Move Beyond Markets?

In March 2019, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrated its ninth anniversary. When President Barack H. Obama signed the ACA into law, few people could have imagined that Democrats would now be debating whether “Medicare for all” … Continue reading

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