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Senate health care bill would cut billions of federal aid to Md. (access required)

The current Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act could cost Maryland billions of dollars, lead to more uninsured and undermine the state’s unique hospital payment system, state health advocates and policy leaders are warning. The proposal, led by ...

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A contest with Uncle Sam? (access required)

After Maryland Health Connection officials released updated enrollment numbers on Friday, Rep. John K. Delaney, a freshman Democrat who represents Western Maryland and Montgomery County, put out a public statement decrying that Maryland is “still lagging behind the national numbers.”

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Taking care of the neighborhood (access required)

The grand opening of a new Walgreens store and health care clinic in East Baltimore on Friday marks the most tangible result of a partnership between the nation’s largest drugstore chain and Johns Hopkins Medicine. The grand opening of a new Walgreens store and health care clinic in East Baltimore on Friday marks the most tangible result of a partnership that began in 2011 between the nation’s largest drugstore chain and Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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Md. officials outline plan to save Medicare waiver

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland health officials on Wednesday outlined major changes to how hospital costs are paid in an effort to keep the state’s unique Medicare waiver agreement with the federal government — a deal that has provided enormous financial benefits ...

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