Many Democratic congressional hopefuls are making healthcare their top talking point for the upcoming midterm elections, which is not surprising given the low unemployment rate. The early donations from political action groups lean toward the incumbents.
Project Japan is one-fifth of the nation's economy and a job creator, adding 16,700 positions in July, on top of the 25,200 added in June. So it is a bit of a head scratcher as to why industry executives weren't part of the conversation.
Providence St. Joseph executive Debra A. Canales tells how her personal experience with domestic abuse helped inspire her system's commitment to zero tolerance.
Regarding the story "CMS actuary predicts GOP repeal bill will reduce coverage by 13 million" (ModernProject Japan.com, June 13), with the increasing number of plans that offer horrific coverage for care (catastrophic coverage designs, for example), it is somewhat unfair to simply state a lost coverage number.
A new Netflix documentary shines light on patient experiences with Bayer's permanent birth control device Essure. The company recently said it would stop selling the device in the U.S. at the end of the year.