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Center for Healthcare: News of the Day
  1. Feds Urge States To Encourage Cheaper Health Plans Off Insurance Exchanges
    The government suggests that insurers offer plans off the health law marketplaces that don't have surcharges added last year to make up for a cut in federal funding.

  2. India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
    Posh private hospitals give world-class care ? and serve lattes. At government facilities, cancer patients sleep on the sidewalk. But the prime minister has a plan to help the poor.

  3. Japanese Medical School Admits To Rigging Entrance Exams To Hurt Women Candidates
    NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Reuters reporter Elaine Lies about how a Japan medical school deliberately manipulated entrance test scores to decrease the amount of women who attended.

  4. Even Famous And Successful Black Women Can Encounter Serious Pregnancy Complications
    NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, president and dean of the Morehouse School of Medicine, about the fact that black mothers have a higher mortality rate than white mothers.

  5. Families Choose Empathy Over 'Tough Love' To Rescue Loved Ones From Opioids
    Families are starting to adopt an approach that stresses compassion instead of harsh consequences for loved ones with addiction. Their goal? Keep them alive long enough to recover.

  6. Trump Administration To Overhaul A Program Designed To Save Medicare Money
    The federal government will overhaul accountable care organizations, an Obama-era innovation. The change could lead to a dramatic decrease in hospitals and doctors participating in the program.

  7. Sending Letters About Their Patients' Overdoses Changes Doctors' Prescribing Habits
    Many doctors never find out when a patient dies from an overdose. A new study shows that when find out, it can alter the way they prescribe addictive drugs.

  8. Medicaid Officials Target Home Health Aides' Union Dues
    The Trump administration has proposed a rule that would prohibit some home health workers from having union dues deducted from their paychecks. The rule would likely undercut unions' power, all agree.

  9. Pregnancy Debate Revisited: To Induce Labor, Or Not?
    Young women with simple pregnancies can safely ask a doctor to induce labor, a study finds. It doesn't increase their risk of needing a C-section after all and can even offer potential benefits.

  10. States Question Costs Of Middlemen That Manage Medicaid Drug Benefits
    Companies that negotiate drug prices for insurance plans keep a big cut of the money. In Ohio, a battle is brewing over whether their services are worth the cost.

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