Health Headlines for Tuesday, February 5

State’s ACA marketplace boasts record enrollment

Crain’s

New York’s health insurance marketplace reported record enrollment even as sign-ups dropped off in other states where the federal government runs exchanges.

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New York to invest $204M on 95 health care projects

The Post Star

The funding includes grants for new health care facilities, expansions and upgrades to existing facilities.

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Buttigieg: ‘Medicare for all’ wouldn’t end private insurance

Politico

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a declared 2020 presidential candidate, said a single-payer health care system is “the right place for us to head as a country,” while saying a “Medicare for All” program doesn’t necessarily require doing away with private insurance.

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Where are health care and the economy headed in 2019?

CBS News

With President Trump making his State of the Union address this week, this episode of the “Where Did You Get This Number?” podcast takes a “by the numbers” look at where America stands on two issues that are top concerns in the polls: health care and the economy.

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