Under the nation’s new health care laws, most preventative screenings should come at no additional cost to patients. But what happens when a screening turns into a procedure? As WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, that can happen with colonoscopies — and there’s a bill before the legislature to address the issue.
In unrelated health care news, check out this story by Arielle Levin Becker at the Connecticut Mirror. It’s about a recent vote to allow home care workers and daycare providers to unionize.
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