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Shares of dental suppliers drop on potential new threat from Amazon

  • Morgan Stanley warns dental investors that "Amazon is here," sending shares of dental supply distributors Henry Schein and Patterson Cos. tumbling.
  • Those companies both fell more than 5 percent on Wednesday.
  • By accessing dental supplies directly from a manufacturer like Dentsply Sirona, Amazon could work to deliver medical devices and products directly to dentists and other physicians.
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With health insurance claims down, Premera gives $25 million to Alaska

With health insurance claims down, Premera gives 25 million to Alaska.

The sole remaining health insurance provider on the individual market in Alaska says claims are unexpectedly down and it will pay $25 million to a new state program that absorbs high-cost cases.

Alaska's volatile insurance market for individuals is finally stabilizing and, officials say, the new program is the reason why.

Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska has agreed to a one-time reimbursement of $25 million. Premera and the state Division of Insurance finalized the agreement Monday.

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This Disillusioned doctor quit his practice.  Now he work to reform Alaska's overpriced system.
Ex- Juneau doctor is profiled and discusses fees in Alaska.  doesn't plan to give any money back, however.
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ADA Praises CMS Decision To Remove Medicare Part D Requirement.
The ADA News (11/17, Garvin) reported that on Nov. 16 the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced several proposed changes to Medicare drug plans, to include “rescinding the requirement that dentists enroll in or validly opt-out of Medicare” for “Part D drug prescriptions to be covered.” The ADA has been working for more than three years to have CMS remove the Medicare Part D enrollment requirement for dentists. “This is great news for dental patients,” ADA President Joseph P. Crowley said, adding, “The ADA has fought to have these unnecessary and duplicative paperwork requirements reformed and we are glad to see CMS recognizes the need to minimize interruptions to patients’ access to needed care and medications.” The ADA News added that “the proposed rule is expected to be published Nov. 28 and would likely be finalized in 2018.”