Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein’s days as running one of the state’s most vital agencies are drawing to a close. Let’s look at the highlights first.Read More »
Maryland Health Benefit Exchange officials have little to say about a recently reported glitch in software used by the Connecticut health exchange that resulted in thousands of accidental insurance cancellations in that state.Read More »
Maryland Health and Mental Hygiene Secretary Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein faced tough questions before a congressional oversight committee.Read More »
Craig said Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown "must realize that their intended solutions are only causing more problems, creating mass confusion, ruining credibility in government and harming our quality of life.”
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Faced with 24,000 residents who are leaving Prince George’s County annually to seek medical treatment, Maryland officials Wednesday unveiled plans to improve the county’s health care system and build a $600 million regional hospital to replace Prince George’s Hospital Center.
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Some 180,000 people could buy health insurance through a state-run exchange in 2014 and that figure could double the following year, Maryland health officials told a Senate committee Thursday. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is backing legislation to firm up more ...
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The deputy commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration will head Maryland’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, according to The Wall Street Journal, which cited unnamed government sources. Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein, who was appointed to his post by ...Read More »
BETHESDA — Biotechnology companies and area universities need to promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship to make regulatory agencies effective and to keep the industry vibrant, government and higher education leaders said Thursday at the Mid-Atlantic Bio Conference. Joshua ...Read More »