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Kentucky Health Plans - Best Resources For Understanding the Health Care Reform Bill By Tracy McManamon
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How Health Reform Seeks to Improve Ohio Health Insurance By Tracy McManamon
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Ohio health insurance plans help secure your financial assets during medical emergencies. Get an affordable plan from a licensed Ohio health insurance consultancy. Call 877-549-1212 or visit:... More > http://www.onesourcebenefits.com/< Less
How Healthcare Reform is Changing the Kentucky Health Insurance Scene By Tracy McManamon
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Reforming payment for health care in Europe to achieve better value By Jennifer Dixon, Anita Charlesworth, Alisha Davies
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The Nuffield Trust European Summit (Euro-Summit) 2012 was a high-level event for European health leaders, focussing on how best to reform health care payment mechanisms to achieve high-value,... More > sustainable care. The summit aimed to: • provide the latest information and evidence on major innovations on payment reform in Western Europe • draw out cross-country learning around financially sustainable health systems • identify the most promising next steps in payment reform • promote debate beyond the event. This research report has been developed from a briefing paper prepared by the Nuffield Trust for debate and discussion at the Euro-Summit. The Nuffield Trust would like to thank KPMG for their expertise, support and advice throughout this project.< Less
What does Health Care Reform Really Mean for Kentucky Small Business By Tracy McManamon
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Health care reform is expected to lower costs for Kentucky small businesses, allowing them to attract and retain good employees with affordable group health insurance plans. For details on Kentucky... More > health plans and free quotes, visit: http://www.kyfreehealthquotes.com/ or call toll free number: 877-549-1212.< Less
Welfare Reform and Substance Abuse Treatment Confidentiality: General Guidance for Reconciling Need to Know and Privacy (TAP 24) By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The need for this guidance emerged from a series of four regional State Team-Building Workshops held on welfare reform and its relationship to substance abuse treatment. These workshops, sponsored by... More > the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment’s (CSAT) Division of State and Community Assistance, were conducted from July through October 1997. They were attended by repre- sentatives of both substance abuse treatment and welfare systems within each participating State. These representatives identified a mutual goal at the workshops: namely, assisting shared clients in overcoming substance abuse issues which create barriers to the clients’ ability to work. The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWA) (Public Law 104-193) has challenged States to help their citi-zens leave welfare and become employed.< Less
NHS reforms in England: managing the transition By Nuffield Trust
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This Nuffield Trust policy response assesses the 2011/12 Operating Framework for the NHS together with guidance on the operation of Payment by Results (PbR) in 2011/12. It sets out the challenges... More > associated with managing the transition to a reformed NHS, as envisaged in the White Paper Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS. It proposes ways in which the risks associated with transition might be mitigated. Nuffield Trust publications are available to download free of charge from www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk/publications< Less
Reforming social care: options for funding By Anita Charlesworth, Ruth Thorlby
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The Government is expected to publish a White Paper on the future of social care in 2012. The White Paper will set out the Government’s response to the recommendations from the Law Commission... More > on reform of adult social care legislation and the Dilnot Commission review of funding for adult social care. This Nuffield Trust policy response examines the current level of funding of social care and the Dilnot Commission’s recommendations and suggests ways of funding a fairer, more sustainable system of social care. A digital copy is available to download free of charge from www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk/social-care .< Less
Raghu-nomics 4: (Abridged) ROOPA II - Health Care Reform Made Easy: Social Cost By Raghu J Giuffre
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Abridged Edition (90 of 300 pg full edition.) Up to 50% of our taxes & insurance premiums go to cover ‘lifestyle’ activities. Lifestyle is therefore the largest category of... More > discretionary spending with the potential of reducing our costs by up to this same 50%. Lifestyle is also a far more accurate predicator of our future health care needs and social service requirements. This allows lifestyle to provide the best measure of planning & forecast over today’s ‘comparison shopping’ models. ROOPA highlights the number of savings and other advantages gained from this dual track of lifestyle and its corresponding social costs models. “The ‘social cost’ of obesity averages around $150 billion a year. This comes to about 10 cents per item (of junk food). Every soda pop, hamburger and candy bar will now have this 10 cent premium. The more soda you drink, the more you have already paid into your own health coverage for obesity. It’s the most affordable ‘pay as you go’ insurance plan. It cost a dime.”< Less
Raghu-nomics 4: ROOPA II - Health Care Reform Made Easy: Social Cost By 'Raghu' J. Giuffre
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Up to 50% of our taxes & insurance premiums go to cover ‘lifestyle’ activities. Lifestyle is therefore the largest category of discretionary spending with the potential of reducing... More > our costs by up to this same 50%. Lifestyle is also a far more accurate predicator of our future health care needs and social service requirements. This allows lifestyle to provide the best measure of planning & forecast over today’s ‘comparison shopping’ models. ROOPA highlights the number of savings and other advantages gained from this dual track of lifestyle and its corresponding social costs models. “The ‘social cost’ of obesity averages around $150 billion a year. This comes to about 10 cents per item (of junk food). Every soda pop, hamburger and candy bar will now have this 10 cent premium. The more soda you drink, the more you have already paid into your own health coverage for obesity. It’s the most affordable ‘pay as you go’ insurance plan. It cost a dime.”< Less