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By Bioethics Defense Fund
A federal court has allowed the filing of an amicus brief exposing how the Obamacare "preventive health" Mandate issued by HHS ignores serious health risks to women including stroke, heart attack, increased risks of cancer and STIs.
Chief Technology Officer of HHS to Keynote at 8th Annual World Healthcare Innovation & Technology Co
By World Congress
HHS & CMS to Speak on Federal HIT Initiatives at Healthcare IT Summit
By Colorado Health Insurance Cooperative
The Colorado Health Insurance Cooperative, Inc. (CO-OP) has been approved for a $69 million loan to start and operate a statewide nonprofit health insurance CO-OP.
Beacon, a leader in performance-based solutions, announced that it is a member of the winning Hygeia Solutions Partners (Hygeia) team for the Chief Information Officer – Solutions Partners 3 (CIOSP3) contract.
The longer the delay the worse for hospitals that have been planning for the ICD-10 transition
By Andrew Rosenberg
Citing a redundancy of conflict rules and potential devastation of commercial support for continuing education, the CME Coalition submitted a detailed, 32-page comment letter to CMS today seeking an exemption from the Sunshine Act for accredited CME.
By Scott Laffin
Hendersonville High School's Bearcats are revving up to bring back the glory days of 78 and 80, as remembered by Hunter Nissan's own Kevin Young.
By Norma Erickson, President
In the interest of public health and safety, Sane Vax Inc., appeals to the Secretary of Health and Human services to request that the FDA approval of Gardasil® be rescinded due to lack of efficacy demonstrated during post-licensure monitoring.
By INADEV Corporation
INADEV Corporation has won a contract to assist the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
By GTB Technologies
Donations of GTB Technologies Data at Rest Scanners are currently underway to Non-Profit Cancer Centers in the United States, to aid with HIPAA compliance; the tool searches for such things as PHI and PII data.
The report emphasizes on developing adequate security controls, framing security policies and procedures, employee training and compliance management.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Professor John Banzhaf asked the first question at this morning's announcement by HHS's Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about her agency's "Tobacco Control Action Plan, Here are more questions which might help to put her announcement into perspective.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Today's announcement that HHS will fight the almost $200 billion/yr tobacco epidemic primarily only by requiring bigger and more graphic warnings on cigarette packs and ads is too little, too late, and wrongheaded, says ASH
By National Center on Physical Activity & Disability
“America’s Great Outdoors” Initiative provides opportunity for disability access issues to be brought forward for resolution
By Access Insurance Agencies
A $1-million federal grant wil give Michigan better oversight of proposed insurance rate hikes
By Byron J. Richards, CCN
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius just issued some new regulations and she wants to be sure the government knows exactly how fat you are. After all, obesity causes lots of disease.
By Maureen Ross, Healthcare Reform Magazine
Interim Final Rules for Health Plans & Health Insurance Coverage relating to status as a Grandfathered Health Plan under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have been issued by HHS. The document is now available on our website.
By My Food My Choice
USDA signals junk science-fueled power grab moving full steam ahead
By Roger Brown, Ph.D.
Top Government Health agencies have known about a Swine Flu cure and are turning a deaf ear. This lack of interests in keeping American lives safe extends from Ms. Sebelius, Secretary of Health, down to the CDC and FDA.