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Medicaid hypocrisy 2.0, or the art of not giving credit where it's due

Medicaid hypocrisy 2.0, or the art of not giving credit where it's due

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Hypocrisy, thy name is Republican governor taking more Medicaid funding.

Senate Democrats' budget focuses on cost savings through the Affordable Care Act

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Senate Budget Chairman Patty Murray (D-WA) unveiled a proposed budget Wednesday, offering a plan that contrasts with the one offered earlier in the week by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

Fiscal cliff notes: Why long-term care operators should take a lesson from Dr. Seuss

Fiscal cliff notes: Why long-term care operators should take a lesson from Dr. Seuss

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If you are like most long-term care professionals, you are likely watching the ongoing fiscal cliff standoff with a mixture of fear and disgust.

What the healthcare reform numbers now tell us

What the healthcare reform numbers now tell us

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It's really true: There are lies, damn lies and ... Congressional Budget Office estimates.

What the healthcare reform numbers now tell us

What the healthcare reform numbers now tell us

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It's really true: There are lies, damn lies and ... Congressional Budget Office estimates.

Rival small business tax cut bills fail in Senate

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Two bills that would have cut taxes for small business died in the Senate Thursday.

Obama administration looking at big healthcare cuts

Obama administration looking at big healthcare cuts

President Obama, much to the dismay of fellow Democrats and healthcare providers, is expected to ask Congress and its super committee to find $300 billion to $500 billion of savings over a decade in entitlement programs.

Americans are very concerned about Medicaid and nursing home cuts

Americans are very concerned about Medicaid and nursing home cuts

Democrats have been successful in telling Americans that the Republican-proposed budget known as the "Ryan plan" could have a significantly negative impact on nursing home residents, according to a new poll.

Medicare Part D sponsors may be overcharging beneficiaries; investigation sought

Congressional Democrats are calling for a full review of the Medicare Part D program following a recent audit that found that many program sponsors have been overcharging beneficiaries by underestimating manufacturer rebates in their bids.

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