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Viewpoints: Yes, Link Between Mental Illness, Mass Killings Exists; Short-Term Plans Might Aid ACA’s Future

Editorial pages look at these health care issues and others. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post Viewpoints: Yes, Link Between Mental Illness, Mass Killings

Research Roundup: SNAP; HSAs; Medicaid and Billing

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS The post Research Roundup: SNAP;

State Highlights: Ga. Nursing Home Staff Facing Murder Charges Linked To Veteran’s Death; Tenn. Wants $250M For Uncompensated Hospital Funds

Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Minnesota, Virginia, California, Ohio, Oregon, Colorado, Florida and Puerto Rico. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email •

Testing Drugs On ‘Mini-Hearts’ Created In Labs Could Prevent Clinical Trials’ Harmful Consequences

A biomechanical engineer has created the first heart organoid that contains a hollow chamber, like one of the four in actual human hearts, that responds to stress hormones and beats with electrical activity. The innovation could open doors for safe and effective research. In

Midwives Are Rare In US, But Empowering Them Could Significantly Boost Maternal, Infant Health

A new study found states that have done the most to integrate midwives into their health care systems, including Washington, New Mexico and Oregon, have some of the best outcomes for mothers and babies. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter •

A Month On The Job And HHS Secretary Is Already Lowering Drug Prices, According To Trump

HHS Secretary Alex Azar is “setting the world on fire,” President Donald Trump said. Although Azar has signaled that drug prices are a priority, he’s not yet taken dramatic action on the subject. Meanwhile, an Illinois state lawmaker has introduced legislation

Funding Influence, Sheer Chutzpah May Lead Billionaires’ Health Initiative To Succeed Where Others Have Failed

Bloomberg Businessweek takes a closer look at the health initiative being launched by Jeff Bezos’ Amazon, Jamie Dimon’s JPMorgan Chase and Warren Buffettâ€s Berkshire Hathaway. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add

Virginia House, Senate On Collision Course Over Medicaid Expansion

After House Republicans abandoned their years-long opposition to expansion, the lower chamber included it in its proposed budget. In the Senate, though, GOP lawmakers have not softened their stance. Outlets report on Medicaid news out of Kansas and Montana, as well. Share and

House Lawmakers To Begin Big Push On Tackling Opioid Crisis With Hearings Starting Next Week

The policies that lawmakers will examine include updating scheduling guidelines to help clamp down on synthetic opioids, letting hospice workers dispose of unused drugs, expanding access to behavioral health telemedicine in rural areas, and more. Meanwhile, a news study finds some

In Politically Beneficial Reversal, Wisconsin Governor Campaigns On Plan To Prop Up Health Law

Gov. Scott Walker, once an ardent opponent to the Affordable Care Act, is now touting his reinsurance plan that would help stabilize the marketplace for the state. In a politcally charged year where health care is front of mind, experts see it