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Center for Healthcare: News of the Day
  1. Clarifying The Vocabulary That's Surrounding The Medicare For All Debate
    Democratic presidential candidates are debating Medicare For All, but that term isn't a good descriptor of the plans being put forth. Clarifying this health care vocabulary helps the debate.

  2. Supreme Court Hears Another Obamacare Case, With A Twist
    The justices seemed sympathetic to $12 billion in insurance firms' claims. The Affordable Care Act promised to partially reimburse insurers if they lost money due to people's preexisting conditions.

  3. Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Another Case Involving The Affordable Care Act
    The Supreme Court hears argument on Tuesday in a case in which insurance companies are suing the Trump administration over the removal of a subsidy they were paid to cover high-risk individuals.

  4. New Hampshire Voters Share Their Views On Medicare For All
    Democrats are divided on the platform of Medicare for All. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to voters in New Hampshire about how their experience with the healthcare system informs their views on the policy.

  5. Wheelchairs On Planes: Why Can't Passengers Use Their Own Onboard?
    Many buses and vans can safely accommodate and restrain a passenger's wheelchair, but airline passengers are required to transfer to the plane's standard seat. A grassroots group hopes to change that.

  6. ACA Insurers In The Supreme Court: Why Consumers Should Pay Attention
    The case centers on $12 billion in payments the federal government pledged to insurers to defray their losses in the first years of the health law. Did rescinding those payments send premiums soaring?

  7. Will Glitches In Medicare's 'Plan Finder' Leave Some Seniors Stuck In The Wrong Plan?
    With a deadline for Medicare enrollment looming, some lawmakers and advocates are concerned that Medicare hasn't done enough to reach out to consumers who might be affected by website problems.

  8. Trauma Surgeon Battles Bullets In The Operating Room And The Community
    Weary of losing neighbors and patients to gunfire, St. Louis trauma surgeon Laurie Punch has a message: Gun violence is contagious, but so is healing. Doctors who teach can be part of the solution.

  9. White House Announces Program To Distribute Free HIV-Prevention Medication
    The White House announced Tuesday it will begin distribution of free HIV-prevention medication to people without prescription drug coverage. It's part of Trump's plan to end HIV in the U.S. by 2030.

  10. After A Freak Accident, A Doctor Finds Insight Into 'Living Life And Facing Death'
    In 1990, BJ Miller was hit with 11,000 volts of electricity. That accident took most of his limbs, but the event and his recovery inspired him to pursue a career as a palliative care physician.

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