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Nearly 19,000 South Dakotans Buy Coverage under Health Law

Federal health officials say nearly 19,000 South Dakota residents have signed up and paid for health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act.

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Making Healthy Choices. Not for Eating but Which Doctor to See

November 4, 2014 is when South Dakota voters choose what issues to support or reject.  It’s not just the candidates who are vying for attention.  

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Time Running Out to Sign Up for the Affordable Care Act

If you qualify for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act but have not yet applied, you are running out of time.

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FILE: Medicare, Medicaid, Health
David McNew/Getty Images Targets Gov. Daugaard’s Medicaid Stand

A progressive advocacy group has targeted Gov. Dennis Daugaard for failing to support expanded Medicaid coverage in South Dakota.

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South Dakota Rural Hospitals Receive $227K in Funding

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A $227,000 federal grant will help 19 rural hospitals in South Dakota improve patient safety and access, reduce medication errors, reduce hospital readmissions and improve operations.

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FILE: Seniors, Senior Citizens, Elderly

Growing Number of Seniors Caring for Other Seniors

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Burgeoning demand for senior services like home health aides is being met by a surprising segment of the workforce: Other seniors.

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Avera to Start Matching Pain Killers with Genetics

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Avera Health has started a procedure that uses a patient's DNA to help select medications to reduce pain after orthopedic surgery.

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S.D. Attitudes on Healthcare and Gov’t Shutdown on VPU Today

Paul Nielson of the Nielson Brothers Polling Service on Viewpoint today sharing results of South Dakotans polled on Healthcare and the Government shutdown.

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Former USD Professor May Run as Independent for Governor in 2014

Former USD professor Michael Myers, is seriously thinking about running as an Independent for Governor in 2014.

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Column: Senate Unwilling to Approve ‘Any Willing Provider’

PIERRE - After passing the house, the bill to force insurers to accept free patient choice in healthcare providers was voted down resoundingly in the South Dakota Senate.

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