GOP Candidates Shy Away From Once-Favorite ‘Repeal And Replace’ Talking Point
After years of using the health law as a rallying cry with voters, Republican candidates are keeping quiet on the topic. “Yeah, we probably can’t talk credibly about repeal and replace anymore,” said Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.).
Controversy Over Sonoma West Medical Center’s Defunct Drug Testing Program Prompts Talks Of Selling Hospital
Hospital district board member Jim Horn said the hospital is sure to have significant monthly losses now that its toxicology partnership with Durall is dead. The hospital stopped doing drug testing for Durall after insurance giant Anthem Blue Cross accused the hospital and health care district of participating in a business fraud scheme.
Genetic Testing Is A Hot New Benefit For Employees, But Researchers Say It Might Do More Harm Than Good
Experts caution that extending use of the tests to the broader population may lead some people of average risk to forgo recommended screenings or, on the flip side, lead to unnecessary and extreme medical procedures.