Monday, April 30, 2012

Weekly Health Review, Vol.1

A House Ways and Means Committee report says that 71 percent of top companies would drop insurance plans for their employees to pay PPACA non-compliance penalty, reports.

HHS-crafted presentations gives an incomplete view of the 2010 health care law, reports.

Doctors overseas are going to begin attempts to "shrink" the hearts of patients, BBC news reports.

The FDA seems to contradict the Obama reelection campaign's insistent claim that the health care law's contraception mandate does not cover abortifacients, reports.

Three million Americans and thousands of American employers will receive $1 billion - or about $127 per person - in rebates as a result of President Obama's health care law, the Associated Press reports.

Planned Parenthood slashes its lobbying spending, The Hill reports.

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius discussed the release of the Social Security and Medicare Trustees reports.

Attorney General Eric Holder and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius discussed new steps to prevent and decrease the amount of Medicare Fraud.

In a flashback post, Thomas Sowell asks why is there a regulation on gold in the President's health care law, in a nationally syndicated column.

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