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| Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.

Hoyer Statement on Social Security and Medicare Trustees Reports. WASHINGTON, DC- House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer released the following statement today after the release of the Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees reports:. "Today's review by the Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees affirms what we already knew.

 

If the complimentary, fruit-infused water inside the front door of Palmetto Health's brand-new Baptist Parkridge hospital fails to remind patients and their visitors of a spa, then they should turn around...

 

No, you cannot give your employees pretax money to use in the Obamacare individual marketplace...

 

| PR Web

Owens joins Safeware with over 21 years of experience in the higher education channel specializing in technology sales and service at Oberlin College and the College of Wooster. Owens' passion and knowledge of the Higher Education environment created the perfect synergy to join the Safeware team and oversee the channel. Safeware's President, Bryan...

 
Social Security changes you need to know now.

| PR Newswire Association LLC

"With today's launch of ZocDoc in Minnesota, getting in to see the doctor no longer has to be a daunting task. We're looking forward to improving access to care in Minnesota, helping local residents relieve this pain point and take control of their health. " ZocDoc will help Minnesota patients receive faster care by revealing the hidden supply of doctor...

 

| McClatchy-Tribune Information Services

July 29-- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that more than 14,000 Montana consumers would receive $2.7 million in refunds from health insurance companies as part of the Affordable Care Act. A total of 14,170 Montana consumers will get refunds of $2,719,595 from the insurance companies, for an average of $286 per family.

 
Social Security changes you need to know now.
Social Security changes you need to know now.

 

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