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Early intervention can help stem the tide of ER ‘super-users’

Frequent visitors to hospital emergency rooms account for disproportionate amounts of healthcare spending and take…
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Reducing emergency room use by targeting ‘super utilizers’

Matthew Hardy didn't know why he sometimes felt so sick, but the 28-year-old Park Heights…
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Thousands Of Marylanders Could Soon Lose Medicaid

Thousands of people across Maryland could lose their Medicaid if they don’t act soon. The…
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HealthCare Access Maryland Earns Seal of Excellence

BALTIMORE, MD (Friday, June 5, 2015)—HealthCare Access Maryland (HCAM) was reaccredited by the Standards for Excellence…
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Community Health Resources Commission FY 2015 Grantees

The Call for Proposals issued by the CHRC this year had three strategic priorities: (1)…
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Host of Workers, Volunteers Helping in the Extreme Cold

Baltimore will be colder than nearly all of Alaska on Friday.
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Rush Of Obamacare Enrollees Expected Before Sunday Deadline

With only a few days remaining in the second-ever Obamacare sign-up season, the White House,…
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Health Insurance Enrollment Deadline Looms

Health advocates across the state have begun the final push to enroll citizens in insurance…
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Adam Jones Part of New Campaign to Push Health Insurance

Health care advocates, joined by state and local leaders, kicked off a new campaign Friday…
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Local Baltimore Oriole Stumps For Health Care

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ)—Orioles outfielder takes to the airwaves as part of a new radio campaign…
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