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06:09 EDT 21st September 2014 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: State Highlights: Ga. Governor Gets Insurance 'Navigators' Bill

A selection of health policy news from Georgia, Texas, Minnesota, Michigan, West Virginia and California. Atlanta Journal Constitution: Bill To License New Health Care Workers Clears Final Hurdle A bill that would require a new group of health care workers called health insurance navigators to be licensed and regulated cleared its final legislative hurdle Thursday. The House of Representatives passed House Bill 198 after the Senate approved a version that would require navigators to be knowledgeable about t...

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In addition to the Silicon Valley, California on the west coast of the USA is home to a biotechnology hub. 26% of all American biotechnology firms are located in this state, but they count for over ...

Connecticut

Connecticut, a state in the north-east corner of the US is a hub for biotechnology companies. There are over 100 high-quality companies with global markets based in Connecticut. In 2004, Connectic...

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Maryland, the US state on the mid-Atlantic coast, is hub of biotechnology institutions and companies. In 2005/2006 is was the 2nd best area globally for initiatives aimed at drawing and retaining bi...

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Located in the north-east corner of the USA, Massachusetts, has the third highest GDP of any state in America and is also a hotspot for the biotechnology industry. In addition to the globally renown...

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Groups Get $60 Million To Hire Health Insurance Navigators

The money will be used to hire and train people to help consumers in 34 states which rely on the federal government for their Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges, where individuals can buy he...

Georgia State researcher gets $2.83 million grant to develop drugs for RSV infection

(Georgia State University) Dr. Richard Plemper, a professor in the new Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University, has received a five-year, $2.83 million federal grant to develop n...

US housing policies increase carbon output, Georgia State University research finds

(Georgia State University) Land use policies and preferential tax treatment for housing -- in the form of federal income tax deductions for mortgage interest and property taxes -- have increased carbo...

With First Open Enrollment Season Behind Them, States Move Ahead -- Though Slowly

Marketplace reports on the lessons learned by states operating their own online health insurance exchanges, and how these experiences will affect the year ahead. In related news, the Colorado exchange...

Georgia State receives $2 million grant to prevent child maltreatment

(Georgia State University) The Georgia State University School of Public Health has received a four-year grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in the US Department of Health and Hu...

Survey: Health Exchange Shoppers Have Choices Between Large And Small Provider Networks

The survey, done by consulting company McKinsey and Co., found the majority of online insurance marketplace customers have options that include both larger, more costly networks and smaller, more affo...

Released prisoners are more likely to suffer early death

(Georgia State University) Men who have been incarcerated and released are more than twice as likely to die prematurely as those who have not been imprisoned, according to a new study published by Geo...

Navigators Selected As One of the "Best Places to Work in Insurance" in 2014

NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 2, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Navigators Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:NAVG) today announced that it has been selected as one of the 2014 "Best Places to Work in Insurance" by Business In...

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ED navigators help patients find a PCP.

Carondelet Health Network in Tucson, AZ, places community health outreach workers in the emergency department to help patients who use the ED for non-emergent conditions find a primary care provider. ...

Overview of the gaps in the health care legislation in Georgia: Short-, medium-, and long-term priorities.

Background: After gaining independence following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Georgia has aspired to become the region's leader in progressive legal reform. Particularly in the realm of health...

The Potential and Peril of Health Insurance Tobacco Surcharge Programs: Evidence From Georgia's State Employees Health Benefit Plan.

A rapidly growing number of U.S. employers are charging health insurance surcharges for tobacco use to their employees. Despite their potential to price-discriminate, little systematic empirical evide...

The Health Effects of US Unemployment Insurance Policy: Does Income from Unemployment Benefits Prevent Cardiovascular Disease?

Previous studies suggest that unemployment predicts increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, but whether unemployment insurance programs mitigate this risk has not been assessed. Exploiting US sta...

Pediatric bioethics in georgia: a proposed ethical framework.

The aim of the article is to propose an ethical framework for the medical care of children in Georgia. We review Georgian ethical standards relating to pediatric medicine, in relation to the standards...

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