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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- The location probably sounds a little counterintuitive. But the new Medpoint Express convenient care clinic located inside Memorial Hospital is actually seeing more patients after 30 days than the clinics located inside retail stores....
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Earache, Walmart, Health
WASHINGTON (AP) — There's some good news about health care. Americans' spending on medical goods and services isn't rising as quickly. Two of the past three years have seen the slowest growth on record. But will it last? One group of experts says...
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NEW YORK (AP) — Union contracts for 40,000 AT&T workers expired at midnight, but a strike was averted with officials saying early Sunday that talks were continuing. Though expiration of the deadline left the Communications Workers of America free...
INDIANAPOLIS — Jerry Thacker, superintendent of Penn-Harris-Madison School Corp., was named Indiana 2012 Superintendent of the Year by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. Thacker was chosen from among seven superintendents...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Nearly 50,000 state workers are getting refunds on the 3 percent they've been paying for a year toward retiree health care costs. State budget director John Nixon estimates a worker making $50,000 a year will get back about $1,500....
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterRepublicans in the Indiana General Assembly have picked up a tool that's becoming increasingly popular among opponents of the federal health care overhaul enacted two years ago. Whether the effort is a serious attempt to reform health care or merely a...
The compromise announced Friday by the Obama administration on birth control as part of health care seems reasonable to me (point of clarity, I am Catholic), but in this political season, reason doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Before the change,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Transpo officials are delaying a vote on a controversial plan to cut service on four of the public bus system's routes. The transit agency's board of directors listened to about two hours of testimony during a heated public hearing Monday...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Local Red Cross chapters are worried about what a strike of Red Cross workers would do the area's blood supply. The Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU Local 459) has issued their 10-day strike notice....
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An actuarial and employee benefits consultant says a survey shows Indiana health care benefits at work rose an average of 7 percent this year for single coverage and 8 percent for family coverage. The survey by the firm...
For many people, health-care costs are ballooning. Even if you have health insurance, many doctors and procedures may not be covered. Higher deductibles and the portion the patient pays are taking a bigger bite than ever. Still, Consumer Reports says even...
NEW YORK (AP) — Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation's largest private employer, is scaling back health care coverage for future part-time workers while raising premiums for some full-time workers. The discounter says that rising health care costs...
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