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In a New York Times “Opinionator” piece, journalist Tina Rosenberg examines the Obama administration’s proposed changes to the U.S. food aid program, which would provide more flexibility to allow for cash purchases of food locally or from U.S. farmers, as well as end monetization.
The former head of Medicare and Medicaid in the Clinton administration on Thursday called on the Obama administration to act soon on a proposed rule to extend overtime and minimum wage pay to in-home health care workers.
National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari defended a potential user fee on electronic health record vendors that was included as part of President Obama's 2014 proposed budget. read more
The Obama Administration is trying to revamp how the government approaches mental health issues in the security clearance process -; but security and mental health experts say the proposed fix may open the door to new problems.
Today’s headlines include details regarding how Medicare and Medicaid, as well as funding for the health law’s implementation, fared in President Barack Obama’s budget plan.
Today’s headlines include more details and analysis regarding President Barack Obama’s budget plan and how it handles Medicare and other entitlement programs.
Previews of President Barack Obama’s budget proposal, which is expected to be released next week, indicate that he will signal a willingness to compromise with Republicans by including trims to Medicare. The blueprint, though, reportedly will not make major dents in Medicaid.
Today’s headlines include reports about how President Barack Obama’s budget proposal — to be released next week — will handle Medicare and Medicaid.
The measure, which now goes to President Barack Obama for his signature, will fund the government through September. Meanwhile, the Senate and House still have larger issues on the long-term budget, including conflicting views on funding levels for entitlements such as Medicaid.