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Beginning Jan. 1, the Affordable Care Act will give millions of newly insured Americans access to health care, many for the first time.
After years of debate and political posturing, the first, very visible signs of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- also known as Obamacare -- are scheduled to go into effect.
Today, we find ourselves at a new crossroads in the delivery of health care in the U.S. The health care industry finds itself in a state of unprecedented change.
More than two years after the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed, many changes contained in the law will begin to be phased in this year.
We at Franciscan Alliance believe the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, is in need of significant alterations. We hope the 113th Congress agrees.
Over three months this summer, the efforts of the physicians and staff at Franciscan St. James Health were recognized for excellence when the hospital was awarded accreditations by national and international health care organizations.
The national health care debate might be a hot topic, but the real crisis for many patients in the United States cannot be solved through legislation or court rulings.
The nation's Catholic hospitals are taking issue with the Health and Human Services mandate to guarantee "free" contraceptives for all women. Under the umbrella of guaranteed services for women are sterilization, abortion-inducing drugs and contraception.
U.S. drug policy loopholes put patients in need of lifesaving medications at risk.
A comprehensive, more compassionate approach to caring for patients with serious or life-threatening illnesses -- known as palliative care -- is gaining traction.
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