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New state health plan open to undocumented residents

New state health plan open to undocumented residents

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County Commission Chairman Alan Maio speaks at a budget workshop Aug. 27 about the county's plan for special district funding for addict mental health.  At a recent meeting of commissioners, Maio and other board members decided to delay approval of spending recommendations made by the seven-member Behavioral Health Advisory Council.

Sarasota County has let residents down by ignoring mental health experts

When – after months of debate and a postponement due to the pandemic – the Sarasota County Board of Commissioners approved, in July 2021, a special tax district to generate a dedicated funding stream for mental health services, the community local behavioral health department was thrilled. In a state that has long ranked among the …

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Many in North Carolina are concerned about health insurance costs and whether or not they can trust providers.

Poll Shows What 200 Western North Carolina Residents Think About Health Insurance

ASHEVILLE — A new Meredith poll of more than 1,000 North Carolina residents took the statewide temperature on attitudes toward health insurance and reported that residents in western North Carolina are somewhat neutral or positive about their coverage. The survey, conducted between October 17 and November 17. 2 and released November 15, surveyed 199 people …

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Crystal Lake residents call on Park District to buy Northwestern Medicine Gymnasium

Crystal Lake residents call on Park District to buy Northwestern Medicine Gymnasium

Cary’s Jack Jacobs, 80, told the Crystal Lake Park District Board that he “didn’t want to be dramatic,” but their discussion of the soon-to-close Northwestern Medicine Fitness Center in Crystal Lake , was a “decision that could affect [his] lifetime.” Jacobs and dozens of others attended Thursday’s park district board meeting to implore park commissioners …

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Dubai: More than 200 residents with knee complications undertake mass fitness session

Dubai: More than 200 residents with knee complications undertake mass fitness session

The course aimed to raise awareness of knee health, with doctors saying regular exercise can help save them from long-term pain and improve physical function Photos provided Published: Wed 16 Nov 2022, 1:01 PM Last update: Wed Nov 16, 2022 3:21 PM It was a rare and incredible sight at the DP World Kite Beach …

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California racks up penalties for uninsured residents instead of cutting care costs

California racks up penalties for uninsured residents instead of cutting care costs

By Angela Hart SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Nearly three years after California began fining residents who lack health insurance, the state has not distributed any of the revenue it collected, KHN has learned — money intended to help Californians who are struggling to pay for coverage. And so far, the majority of Californians paying the penalty …

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Jamel Johnson, left, goes over health insurance plans with Mark Burch in 2016. Nearly three years after California started fining residents who donât have health insurance, the state has not distributed any of the revenue it has collected.

California racks up penalties for uninsured residents instead of cutting care costs

Jamel Johnson, left, reviews health insurance plans with Mark Burch in 2016. Nearly three years after California began imposing fines on residents who lack health insurance, the state did not distribute any of the revenue it collected. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee File Nearly three years after California began fining residents who lack health insurance, the …

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California racks up penalties for uninsured residents instead of cutting care costs

California racks up penalties for uninsured residents instead of cutting care costs

SACRAMENTO — Nearly three years after California began fining residents who don’t have health insurance, the state hasn’t distributed any of the revenue it collected, KHN has learned. money to help Californians struggling to pay for coverage. And so far, the majority of Californians paying the penalty tax for not having insurance are low- or …

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