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CRMC CEO: No Need To Go To Colorado

Cheyenne Regional Medical Center CEO Margo Karsten says there's no need to travel to Colorado for medical care.

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Wyoming to Receive Over $605,000 in Grants to Prevent Chronic Diseases

Wyoming will receive $605,011 in grant awards to support programs aimed at preventing chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

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CRMC CEO: You Don’t Need To Travel For Healthcare

She says quality of the doctors and staff at the Cheyenne Hospital is extremely high-but many Laramie County residents either don't know that or don't believe it.

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AirLife Has Been Serving Cheyenne for Almost Two Years

They started operations in Cheyenne on May 9, 2012. AirLife Denver serves eight states and has operated for 30 years.

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Administration Drills Down To Find The Uninsured

A new study conducted for The Associated Press finds that uninsured Americans aren't scattered around the country. Instead, half of them live in just 116 of the nation's 3,143 counties.

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House Oversight Panel Probes Health Website Woes

The House's chief investigator will delve Wednesday into the technical issues behind the dysfunctional rollout of President Barack Obama's health care website.

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Health Care Law Could Be Liability For Democrats

Congressman Patrick Murphy is among the House Democrats distancing himself from the administration on the flawed health care rollout and heeding GOP calls to delay key parts of the law.

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Obama Apologizes To People Losing Health Coverage

President Barack Obama is apologizing to Americans who are losing health insurance plans he repeatedly said they could keep. He's pledging to find fixes that might allow people to keep their coverage.

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Some Unions Could Get Break From Health Care Fees

After months of complaining about the new health care law, some labor unions could get a break from fees imposed on everyone covered by health insurance.

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Health Website’s Security Prompts Worries

The Obama administration is getting questions about whether it cut corners on security testing while rushing to meet a deadline to launch the HealthCare.gov website.

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