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POLITICO New York Health Care: Budget under attack

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‘WOEFULLY SHORT’ — The recently passed state budget, hailed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as “the best plan the state has produced,” was “woefully short” of fulfilling the promises made to the HIV/AIDS community, according to Charles King, CEO of Housing Works, an HIV/AIDS advocacy group.

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COOLING TOWER RULES — The city's health department on Thursday published final rules for cooling tower maintenance, following a summer legionella outbreak in the Bronx that killed 12 and sickened more than 100.

NOW WE KNOW — Are you concerned about whether too few people are commenting on that selfie you took? Well, Korean researchers have described the link between the degree of narcissism and self-promotion through selfies in the article "Hide-and-Seek: Narcissism and 'Selfie'-Related Behavior" published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. The researchers found that people with higher degrees of narcissism have a more favorable attitude toward selfies.

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NOT MY FAULT — Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he isn't responsible for oversight failures at the State Education Department, which is run by the Board of Regents. Cuomo was on WNYC Thursday morning in part responding to a report that weak oversight lets dangerous nurses work in New York. The story, written by ProPublica and co-published with WNYC and the Albany Times-Union, provided several examples of how the Office of the Professions, an arm of the State Education Department, "often fails to act when it is informed that other states or even other New York agencies have disciplined New York nurses." Cuomo shifted the blame to the department and said it wasn’t under his jurisdiction. He also said he had not read the full report

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SICK OF THIS — Time Warner Cable reports: “Workers from Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie held a vigil to protest a new sick day policy. The new policy would allow workers to take up to eight sick days per rolling year, but any more than that, could result in termination.”

ACROSS THE RIVER: A Superior Court judge granted final approval Thursday for the sale of Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark to California-based for-profit hospital chain Prime Healthcare Services, according to a news release. The sale of the hospital could end up costing the state around $360 million over the next 23 years.

-TIERED NETWORK BILL — A bill that would create a task force to examine tiered health insurance networks unanimously passed the Assembly on Thursday. The bill was drafted in response to the rollout of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey’s OMNIA tiered plans last fall.

PHARMA REPORT: A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended the agency approve a new drug for the treatment of a rare liver condition—the latest milestone in a rapidly growing market for liver-disease drugs, according to the Wall Street Journal.


-THE UNINSURED — Eleven percent of Americans between ages 18 and 64 lacked coverage in the first quarter of this year, down from 11.9 percent in the last quarter of 2015, according to Gallup. The percentage of adults reporting self-funded coverage was 21.8 percent, up 4.2 percentage points since the exchanges opened. In addition, the percentage of non-elderly adults enrolled in Medicaid was 9.4 percent in the first quarter of this year, up 2.5 percentage points since eligibility expanded. The Gallup data:

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from New York City Health + Hospitals: “To remove dirt or fluids such as blood, hands must be washed with soap under running water.”


-THE NEED FOR CHARITY — Despite widespread coverage gains, the Affordable Care Act has not significantly reduced the need for safety net providers and charity care programs, suggests new research from Georgetown University's Center on Health Insurance Reforms.

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