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Drivers need PTSD coverage, mental health experts say

A recent state court case awarding post-traumatic stress disorder benefits to a Philadelphia liquor store manager could open the door to benefits for...

Pennsylvania makes up about 6 percent of all Health Insurance Marketplace enrollees

More than 400,000 people in Pennsylvania have signed up for coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, according to the U.S. Department of...

CPBJ Extra Blog: Hershey Med's right about using more-recent data, but that doesn't mean penalties aren't appropriate

Medicare penalized more than 700 hospitals Wednesday for high rates of potentially avoidable mistakes, and Penn State Hershey Medical Center fired...

Sens. Casey, Toomey part of bipartisan group to repeal medical device tax

Sens. Casey, Toomey part of bipartisan group to repeal medical device tax

Pennsylvania Sens. Bob Casey and Pat Toomey are part of a bipartisan group of 10 U.S. senators seeking to repeal the medical device tax that was...

Five midstate hospitals penalized under Affordable Care Act for avoidable mistakes

Five midstate hospitals are among hundreds nationwide being penalized by Medicare for high rates of potentially avoidable mistakes, known as...

Unilife appoints new CFO

A York County-based maker of injectable drug delivery systems went to the biopharmaceutical industry to hire its chief financial officer.

Two medical practices join Holy Spirit

Two midstate medical practices joined Holy Spirit–a Geisinger affiliate as of the beginning of the year.

Return of PlanCon should lift K-12 activity for Lancaster County-based design firm

Return of PlanCon should lift K-12 activity for Lancaster County-based design firm

The last year was full of changes for Lititz-based Beers & Hoffman Ltd. Architects.

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