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Chikungunya Spreads as Funds Remain Unspent

Nearly half the central government funds allocated to fight chikungunya last year remained unused - mostly in southern states that, ironically, were struggling against the mosquito-borne disease that had affected at least 1.4 million people across the country. According to data available wi...

Charges Filed Against WellCare Health Plans, Inc.; WellCare Enters Into Deferred Prosecution Agreement, Agrees to Pay $80 Million in Restitution and Forfeiture

...ces pursuant to these contracts, it had to return at least a portion of the unspent money to the Florida health care programs. The information alleges that WellCare engaged in several fraudulent strategies to avoid returning unspent money to the Florida health care programs. Primarily, WellCare established ...

DNC - McCain Myth Buster: John McCain and the Gulf Coast

...rmitted states hit by Katrina or serving evacuees to access the TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) Contingency Fund. It would be offset with funds unspent by FEMA. [2005 Senate Vote #285, 11/3/2005] McCain Voted Twice Against Establishing A Commission To Study The Response To Hurricane Katrina. McCai...

Governor Rendell Says Funds Are Within Reach to Cover the Uninsured, Continue Mcare Abatement Program

...le of Pennsylvania. "Given the dramatic improvement in the medical malpractice insurance market since 2002, it seems reasonable that we should use unspent funds not needed for the abatement program to confront Pennsylvania's most pressing current health care crisis - the crisis of the uninsured," Governo...

Federal government blamed for allocating meager portion to health sector:ALP

... shortage in availability of manpower. Even areas like the sudden invasion of avian flu, which has been reasonably focused upon shows gross figures of unspent funds. The point raised against the government was that every dollar that trickles into the government’s coffers is precious and should be ensur...

Himachal Pradesh Fails To Become Health Tourism Center

...less than half this amount in three of the four HPTDC hotels in the last four years. New Delhi has now asked the State Government to return the unspent Rs.7.3 million.Despite widespread publicity, the 'panchkarma' therapy has failed to draw tourists. The Ayurveda Department blames shortage of experts ...
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