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Republican health plan could threaten Md. hospital system

The health care bill drafted by U.S. Senate Republicans  could threaten how hospitals in Maryland do business by ending Medicaid expansion and cutting subsidies for the individual insurance market. Under Maryland’s all-payer system, hospitals encourage more primary care services and ...

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Md. hospitals look for easier way to modify facilities

As Maryland hospitals work to reduce admissions by improving the overall health of their communities, officials expect they’ll need fewer inpatient beds and more outpatient facilities. But the Maryland Hospital Association says current law doesn’t give hospitals the flexibility they ...

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New Md. insurance plan pushes patient-centered care

A new health insurance plan being sold in Maryland will try to help small businesses save money while offering employees coordinated, patient-centered care and incentives to stay healthy. Habeo Health — named for the Latin word meaning “to own” — ...

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Many lymphoma patients take chemo in stride

As Gov. Larry Hogan undergoes chemotherapy in the coming months, he could face a slew of side effects including nausea, hair loss, lack of appetite and general fatigue. But that doesn’t mean he’ll face a serious disruption in his ability ...

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