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Friday 21st July 2017

Senate Parliamentarian Upends GOP Hopes For Health Bill

The parliamentarian finds that provisions of the bill cannot go forward with a simple majority vote.

Ruling By Senate Parliamentarian Upends GOP Hopes For Health Care Bill

The parliamentarian finds that provisions of the bill cannot go forward with a simple majority vote.

Viewpoints: The Opioid Epidemic Through The Lens Of Neuroscience; Prognostic Uncertainty, Outcomes And Medical Decisions.

Here's a review of editorials and opinions on a range of public health issues.

Policy Positions: Health Spending Is ‘The American Way’; What Becomes Of Medicare; And Does Universal Health Care Equal Freedom?

Media outlets explore important health policy questions.

Perspectives: End The ‘War On Medicaid’; Keep Eyes On Medicaid In Congressional Health Debate

Opinion writers examine Medicaid's role in the current effort to replace the health law as well as ideas about controlling the program's costs, ethical issues related to spending down assets to qualify for it and other provocative topics.

Different Takes: How The Trump Administration Is Sabotaging Obamacare; Fear And Loathing In The Health Policy Debate

Editorial pages offer tough takes on the Trump administration's executive maneuvers to render the Affordable Care Act powerless, the Republican's plans to replace it and how this particular legislative fight shows Washington "at its worst."

Research Roundup: Early Hospice Discharges Turn Profits; Integrating Mental Health Care

Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.

State Highlights: Advocates Dissatisfied With N.H.’s Rules On Mentally Ill Inmates; Mass. Sends Pregnant Workers’ Bill To Governor

Media outlets report on news from New Hampshire, California, Massachusetts, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Arizona, Texas, Ohio and Florida.

How D.C. Pulled Itself Back From The Brink Of An AIDS Epidemic

A decade ago, city officials realized they had to take action, and they turned the numbers around. Stateline looks at how they did it. In other public health news: a breakthrough on cancer, mental illness, female homicide victims, antibiotics and birth defects, heart health and more.

Reddit Offers Dark Marketplace For Opioids, But Also Support Groups For Those Struggling To Get Clean

The online forum does not allow users to solicit illegal substances, but those seeking opioids find ways to get around those rules. On the other hand, the forums help some form a community to help get them through the difficult process of getting and staying sober.

Texas Sued Again Over Anti-Abortion Laws

Planned Parenthood and other groups are suing the state over its ban on a second-trimester procedure. Also in Texas, state lawmakers consider further abortion regulations. Elsewhere, women's reproductive health issues draw headlines in Ohio and Washington state.

Trump Administration Seeking New Federal Payment System For Mental Health Services

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced it wants to design a payment or service delivery model to improve health care quality and access for Medicare, Medicaid or Children's Health Insurance Program beneficiaries who need behavioral health treatment.

First Edition: July 21, 2017

Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations.

Trump Plan Might Cut Expenses For Some Insured Patients With Chronic Needs

High-deductible health insurance plans linked to a health savings account cannot cover some care and drug expenses for chronic health conditions until the patient has met a deductible.

Thursday 20th July 2017

Read Latest CBO Scores Of Senate Replacement Draft Bills

As Senate Republicans continue to revise its health care legislative drafts to try to reach 50 votes, the Congressional Budget Act estimates the impact of those changes.

Podcast: What The Health? Senate Health Bill, Mostly Dead?

Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Stephanie Armour of the Wall Street Journal, Sarah Kliff of Vox.com, and Margot Sanger-Katz of the New York Times discuss the ever-changing status of the Senate’s effort to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, and the Trump Administration’s efforts to undermine the working of the law.

Podcast: What The Health? Mostly Dead

Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Stephanie Armour of the Wall Street Journal, Sarah Kliff of Vox.com, and Margot Sanger-Katz of the New York Times discuss the ever-changing status of the Senate’s effort to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, and the Trump Administration’s efforts to undermine the working of the law.

Viewpoints: The Logistics Of Overlapping Surgeries; ‘A World Without Antibiotics’

Opinion writers offer their thoughts on a range of public health issues.

Perspectives From Across The Country: Placing Blame For Senate GOP Health Bill’s Implosion; The Local Damage Repeal Could Do

Opinion writers examine how repealing Obamacare would play out in their states and towns.

Different Takes: A Win For Obamacare?; Women Senators Flex Muscles In Health Care Debate

Editorial writers offer a range of views on how the push to replace the Affordable Care Act reached its current state of collapse and what it means going forward.

Longer Looks: Reproductive Rights; Presidents And Health Care; And Limits Of Human Compassion

Each week, KHN finds interesting reads from around the Web.

State Highlights: Union In New York May Have Discovered Solution To High Health Costs; ‘Buffer Zone’ Requested Around Kentucky Abortion Clinic

Media outlets offer coverage out of New York, Kentucky, California, Texas, Ohio, Wisconsin and Florida.

Debate Flares Over Governor’s Drug Monitoring Program In Missouri

Gov. Eric Greitens' order to create a registry in Missouri -- the last state to have one -- does not allow doctors to see if a patient has already been prescribed an opioid. Some lawmakers say more legislative action is needed. In other news on the national drug epidemic, Ohio's board on workers' compensation wants fewer opioids prescribed for back pain. And a Kansas City doctor is under investiga...

Public Health Roundup: Helping Police Cope With Trauma; The National Shortage Of OB-GYN Docs

And other public health stories from today's news cover depression, obesity and substance abuse driving up death rates, weight loss, AIDS and the world's youngest double hand-transplant recipient.

Will Comprehensive Health, Lifestyle Choices Help Stave Off Dementia? Scientists Want To Find Out

A $20 million study will try to figure out if "life hacks" -- like more exercise -- can have an effect on protecting from dementia.


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