And in news from other states – Des Moines Register: Critic Calls Branstad's Health Program 'IowaCare On Steroids' A leader of the Iowa Hospital Association warned legislators Wednesday that lots of poor Iowans could continue being denied close-to-home treatment if the state forces them to choose hospitals participating in new Accountable Care Organizations. That simple idea is stressed in Gov. Terry Branstad's Healthy Iowa Strategy, which is an option to expanding the state's Medicaid system . Billings Gazette: Montana Senate Dems, Handful Of Republicans Roll New Medicaid Plan Into 'Compromise' Bill In dramatic fashion, Senate Democrats and a small number of Republicans Tuesday defied the body's GOP leadership to cram a Medicaid proposal right into a bill that could use federal dollars to get private health insurance for a large number of uninsured, low-income Montanans.THE BUSINESS’S decision was produced after, and based on, an in-depth review of the outcomes obtained from its 186-patient Phase II medical trial evaluating the use of CPP-109 for the treatment of cocaine addiction and the top-line outcomes obtained from its 57-patient proof-of-concept study evaluating the use of CPP-109 for the treatment of methamphetamine addiction . Catalyst’s decision to continue the development of the medication for both indications was supported by a panel of specialists who recently met and agreed with the business’s conclusion that there was sufficient evidence of safety and efficacy to justify additional development of CPP-109, based upon these trial data and released studies of vigabatrin to take care of addiction previously.
Antigua HIV/AIDS plan manager announces programs for education campaign Delcora Williams, Antigua’s deputy program manager for the AIDS secretariat, on Tuesday announced that the secretariat is waiting for approval from the Plank of Education to begin with a new HIV/Helps education and awareness marketing campaign, the Antigua Sun reviews.