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Healthcare groups, hospitals tell president, Congress to end shutdown

Hundreds of groups including major healthcare industry associations and hospitals sent letters to Congress and President Donald Trump urging an end to the partial government shutdown, citing health consequences of the lapsed funding....


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Regulations.gov, the website used to view and submit comments on federal regulations and rules, will be shut down for at least 24 hours due to technical difficulties. The sites landing page said it was closing due to the government shutdown....


Scott Steiner to lead Phoebe Putney Health System

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MedPAC recommends boosting long-term care hospital payments in 2020

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FDA gets closer to making naloxone available over the counter

The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to allow the over-the-counter purchase of the drug overdose-reversal medication naloxone in an effort to expand greater access to the lifesaving drug....


Editorial: How Trump's war on immigrants will harm healthcare

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