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28 Feb AAMC: 340B Helps the Most Vulnerable Patients

"Sam (not his real name) suffers from advanced liver disease, which makes it hard for him to work at times. He can’t afford a plan on the health insurance exchange, but he earns a little too much to qualify for Medicaid. It’s also tough for...

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27 Feb Opinion: Rural medicine under threat in Congress

"Americans across the country face health care challenges every day, but those challenges are particularly noticeable in rural areas where access to doctors and medical treatment remains a critical issue. In comparison to urban areas, rural residents have greater distances to travel to see a doctor,...

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24 Jan The World Link: Rural Oregon needs lower cost prescription drugs

"Now more than ever, we need to examine all approaches to connecting our vulnerable children, families and seniors living in Oregon’s rural communities with healthcare. We need to be acutely aware of all the options and support services available to ensure these neighbors have access...

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22 Jan The Herald-Dispatch: WV hospitals could lose $15M for low-income care

"West Virginia's hospitals stand to lose as much as $15 million toward treating low-income patients if federal cuts to the Medicaid's Disproportionate Share Hospital program remain in place, warned Joe Letnaunchyn, president and CEO of the West Virginia Hospital Association. The first level of cuts -...

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