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Business

The Healthcare Cost Crunch: Who Is to Blame?

Each sector can claim the others are at fault for tighter margins; the problem is, they are all correct.
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Coronavirus

The BA.5 Variant Is Taking Hold In Dallas: ‘Don’t Panic, But Use Common Sense’

The spread of the BA.5 variant has caused the CDC to move Dallas' threat level to red.
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Insurance & Benefits

Texas’ Uninsured Problem Is About to Get Worse

The end of the public health emergency could spell trouble for those who have qualified for Medicaid coverage during the pandemic.
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Expert Opinions

Pandemic Plus: More than 28 Million Seniors Using Telehealth

A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services describes how the elderly are adopting new technology.
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Healthcare & Hospitals

Hospital Relief: Feds Drop Battle Over 1115 Waiver, but There Is ‘A Lot of Work to Be Done’

The on-again off-again saga for uncompensated care funding Texas reaches a conclusion.
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Politics & Government

How the Texas Legislature Can Help Prevent Maternal Deaths

The maternal mortality rate for Black women is three times as high as White women.
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Government

Texas’ Latest Wins on the Health Policy Front

Texas officials are working diligently with the federal government to make sure the healthcare system is funded next year.
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Coronavirus

Steve Love: Get Vaccinated for Those Who Can’t

"People have the right to choose to get vaccinated for COVID-19. However, children under 12 years of age don’t have a choice."
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Coronavirus

The Delta Variant Is ‘Changing the Game’

COVID-19 hospitalizations have risen more than 300 percent in the last month, but there is good news for the vaccinated.