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Mentally ill fight for equitable insurance coverage

State Island Advance– Despite laws put in place to guarantee equal coverage for mental health treatment, insurance companies are denying mental health claims more often than physical health claims. In 2015, 29 percent of survey respondents said that their mental health...

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Preserving the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Forbes– Rather than providing the right care at the right time through shared medical decision-making, current health care policies are driving doctors and patients apart—draining time and resources from actual patient care and appropriate medical treatment. That was the conclusion...

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State’s chronically-ill at risk of being denied treatment

Columbia Daily Tribune– For thousands of Missourians suffering from chronic and persistent illnesses, access to quality, affordable medical care is essential to their overall health. Yet, patients with chronic conditions have a one-in-four chance of being denied treatment coverage by...

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When it comes to health insurance, quality matters too

Washington Examiner– President Trump’s latest executive order expands the number of cheaper, temporary health plans patients typically use to maintain continuous coverage. Trump claims it will allow “millions and millions” of Americans to afford health insurance. But the President overlooks...

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