State-based experiments may carry even greater weight for Medicaid
The draft legislation, which sponsors said is designed to prevent medical bankruptcies, targets three key consumer concerns
Some physicians and patient advocates are concerned that the pursuit of lower Part B drug prices could endanger very sick Medicare Advantage patients
There is concern about the large number of states seeing uninsured rates increase
Lawmakers in at least 11 states intend to consider opioid taxes in upcoming legislative sessions
There are many lawmakers who made their names in health care, seeking to usher through historic changes to a broken system.
John McCain was not one of them
Consumers need better options, and in early August federal officials offered a strategy to help bring down costs for them
Administration officials say ACOs have led to higher Medicare spending
Organized medicine, and previous generations of doctors, had for the most part staunchly opposed to any such plan
Determined to explore more avenues to curb price hikes, the administration is signaling that it is willing to consider what the industry regards as something of a nuclear option to address a recalcitrant problem
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