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CQC Welcomes New Coalition Partners: Hydrocephalus Association and FAIR Foundation
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CQC Welcomes New Coalition Partners: Hydrocephalus Association and FAIR Foundation

For Immediate Release August 5, 2020 Contact: press@consumers4qualitycare.org WASHINGTON — Consumers for Quality Care (CQC), a coalition of advocates and former policy makers working to provide a voice for patients in the health care debate, is pleased to welcome two new partners to the coalition. The Hydrocephalus Association and the FAIR Foundation have joined CQC […]

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In Texas, Communities Of Color Are Suffering Higher Death Tolls From Coronavirus
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In Texas, Communities Of Color Are Suffering Higher Death Tolls From Coronavirus

According to a new report in the Texas Tribune, communities of color in Texas are being disproportionately infected with and killed by the coronavirus. The disparities were revealed after a new tallying method was implemented by the state health agency. That new method revealed that Hispanic and Black communities in Texas made up a disproportionate […]

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Hospitals Received Hundreds Of Millions In Stimulus – So Why All The Layoffs?
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Hospitals Received Hundreds Of Millions In Stimulus – So Why All The Layoffs?

ABC Cincinnati investigated how much money from the $2 trillion CARES Act made its way into local hospital systems. The study showed that six major hospitals in the Cincinnati area received $689 million – enough to give each of the 63,000 hospital employees $10,000. However, hospitals aren’t required to spend the money to save jobs. […]

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