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Why Telehealth Services Are Underused

Doctors Slow To Embrace Telehealth Tech According to a U.S. Government Office of Accountability report, only a tiny percentage of doctors are using telehealth and remote patient monitoring.  The biggest reason sited is lack of Medicare reimbursement and cumbersome point of origin

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How Two Red States Faired So Differently Under Obamacare

Is it the law or its inconsistent application that’s killing the ACA? The failure or success of Obamacare in two red states has been linked to whether their officials fought or embraced the Affordable Care Act (ACA), according to the

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Why Is Aloe Vera The Best Relief for Sunburn?

With summer and our chances of suffering a sunburn quickly approaching, those who need to know that Aloe Vera is the go-to for relieving pain and swelling.  It’s history dates back to the ancient Egyptians, and in the 1930’s it became

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Proof Obamacare Is Working

80 Million Adults Went Without Care in 2012 Due To Cost The Commonwealth Fund recently released an analysis of the health insurance market before and after the Affordable Care Act. Here are some key findings from the report: In 2012,

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Skin Cancer Screenings Lead To Dramatic ROI

According to the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Dermatology, several epidemiological studies show an alarming global increase in incidence of melanoma and non melanoma skin cancer.  A recent study showed that the total cost of total body skin examination (TBSC)

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