- Few Consumers Are Using Quality, Price Information To Make Health Care Decisions April 21, 2015Despite the federal government’s push to make more information available to consumers, two out of three people say it is still difficult to find out how much a doctor or hospital charges for a specific procedure or treatment.
- Cash-And-Carry Health Insurance For Some In Los Angeles April 20, 2015With the help of their mobile phones, people will be able to pay their health insurance premiums for L.A. Care Covered in cash at convenience stores around the city.
- Consumers Will Soon Be Able To Order Lab Tests Without A Doctor April 20, 2015Laboratory Corp. of America Holdings will let customers go online to pay for tests, visit a service center to have blood drawn, then view the results online. And MediBid helps patients find less costly, cash prices for medical procedures by getting bids from providers.
- Few Consumers Are Using Quality, Price Information To Make Health Care Decisions April 21, 2015
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The sensation hits you abruptly. You have difficulty speaking or comprehending what’s going on around you. You lose feeling in an arm or leg. Your head is pounding. These are some of the telltale symptoms of stroke, and it is … Continue reading
During a trip to Portland, USDA Rural Utilities Service Administrator Jonathan Adelstein visited Providence St. Vincent Medical Center to see firsthand how lifesaving Telestroke technology can help save the lives of stroke sufferers in remote rural areas. A $253,000 USDA … Continue reading
Twenty-nine hospitals in Oregon joined more than 1,600 hospitals across the nation in kicking off the Partnership for Patients (PfP) initiative today with a nationwide webcast, giving participants an introduction to the program and advice on how to get started. … Continue reading