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Well-being gadgets expanding beyond the bracelet to include the smart ring

...optimizing physical training by tracking sleep patterns and physical activity. Others are looking to fit into health care services, such as in developed countries that are struggling to cope with aging populations.Health gadgets took the limelight...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2015-11-13/rings-and-pacifiers-health
Augusta VA expected to keep homeless health care accreditation

...completion of a survey."Rothwell said the surveyors interviewed several veterans who have made use of homeless health care services, and they reported a veteran saying "these services provided to me saved my life." Another said, "I am now...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/health/2015-08-14/augusta-va-expected-keep-hom
Coordinated Health Services, Inc. plans to expand for rehabilitation center

...Coordinated Health Services, Inc., has provided health care for the homeless.In 2005, it expanded its health-care services to provide a respite center for the homeless to recuperate from a hospital stay, and now it is preparing to expand...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/richmond-neighbors/2015-10-27/coordinated-heal
SC Republicans seek Planned Parenthood audit

...part of a smear campaign "by extremists whose focus is banning abortion and preventing women from accessing vital health care services at Planned Parenthood health centers."Planned Parenthood operates one of the three clinics in South Carolina...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-07-31/sc-republicans-seek-planned-p
No need for certificate

...they bring unnecessary delay and strife to what should be the reflexive and trouble-free process of delivering health-care services. CON obstacles have been highly evident in Columbia County's campaign to have its own free-standing hospital...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-05-07/no-need-certificate
Gas tax change would hit out-of-state drivers, House speaker says

...them proposes a 'mere' $168 million whack from the general fund, which Georgia uses to pay for education, health care, services for children and the aged, and public safety."On other issues, Ralston said he hasn't made up his mind...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2015-03-20/gas-tax-change-would-hit
Ga. insurance exchange rates steady

...which funded the analysis, said that in many cases, "lower premiums were offset by higher cost-sharing for health care services and prescription drugs, so consumers considering switching needed to think about more than premiums."And some...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2015-03-18/ga-insurance-exchange-rate
Obama administration offers a second sign-up chance for uninsured people hit with fines

...expecting a refund might be willing to spend some of it on health insurance.Mark Ciaramitaro, vice president of health care services at H&R Block, said the penalty is definitely getting taxpayers' attention. "It's a surprise," he said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2015-03-15/obama-administration-offer
Thousands in Augusta area could lose subsidies in pending Supreme Court health care ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule any day beginning Monday in a case challenging the issuance of subsidies under the act through the federal Marketplace.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/health/2015-06-20/thousands-augusta-area-could
Area nonprofits to speak out on proposed cuts

...000, said Executive Director Dan Walton."It's kind of sad that one of the things they're trying to cut is health care services," Walton said. "It's going to have a detrimental effect on us."Project Access relies wholly on city funding...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2014-10-28/area-not-profit-groups-s