The current national debate surrounding health care centers around two key components — how can we make health care more affordable and accessible for millions of Americans? While there is no "silver bullet" that will fix these issues, eliminating the sales tax on health insurance would lower the cost of coverage for hardworking Americans and small businesses.
The current national debate surrounding health care centers around two key components — how can we make health care more affordable and accessible for millions of Americans? While there is no "silver bullet" that will fix these issues, eliminating the sales tax on health insurance would lower the cost of coverage for hardworking Americans and small businesses.
Congressional Republicans have shifted from discussing repeal of the Affordable Care Act to talking about how to bolster the 2010 law -- but the Trump administration continues to flirt with undermining it.
Congressional Republicans have shifted from discussing repeal of the Affordable Care Act to talking about how to bolster the 2010 law -- but the Trump administration continues to flirt with undermining it.
Senate Republicans' failure last week to pass legislation overhauling Obamacare is leaving a mark on the party writ large, with President Donald Trump's disapproval rating tying an all-time high and Congress' majority party losing considerable ground to Democrats.
Senate Republicans' failure last week to pass legislation overhauling Obamacare is leaving a mark on the party writ large, with President Donald Trump's disapproval rating tying an all-time high and Congress' majority party losing considerable ground to Democrats.
When it comes to health care services, many Americans assume that the government pays for health care the same way consumers pay for products in the retail setting. A consumer buying a bag of chips at Grocery Store A would expect to pay a comparable price for that exact same bag of chips at Grocery Story B three blocks away.
When it comes to health care services, many Americans assume that the government pays for health care the same way consumers pay for products in the retail setting. A consumer buying a bag of chips at Grocery Store A would expect to pay a comparable price for that exact same bag of chips at Grocery Story B three blocks away.
Today’s opioid crisis is killing and maiming far more people than are affected by traffic accidents. Just as the auto industry moved from an era of muscle cars to today’s air bags, collision warning and auto-braking systems, so the drug industry must rethink its role beyond traditional research and development around pain medicine.
Today’s opioid crisis is killing and maiming far more people than are affected by traffic accidents. Just as the auto industry moved from an era of muscle cars to today’s air bags, collision warning and auto-braking systems, so the drug industry must rethink its role beyond traditional research and development around pain medicine.
Defeat of Senate Republicans' Obamacare repeal bill spares -- for now -- a program that has become a primary source of funding for state efforts to prevent chronic illnesses, such as heart ailments and diabetes, and the spread of infectious diseases.
Defeat of Senate Republicans' Obamacare repeal bill spares -- for now -- a program that has become a primary source of funding for state efforts to prevent chronic illnesses, such as heart ailments and diabetes, and the spread of infectious diseases.
It is anybody’s guess as to what will happen with health care this week. One moment the Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is dead. The next, it’s been brought back to life.
It is anybody’s guess as to what will happen with health care this week. One moment the Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is dead. The next, it’s been brought back to life.
Across the globe, people will mark World Hepatitis Day on July 28 to raise awareness about viral hepatitis, call for better access to prevention and treatment programs, and advocate for greater government action.
Across the globe, people will mark World Hepatitis Day on July 28 to raise awareness about viral hepatitis, call for better access to prevention and treatment programs, and advocate for greater government action.
It is now clear that a repeal of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion will remove a key source of treatment for people suffering from addictions. Proposed cuts would severely impact a number of states that have been hit hardest by the opioid epidemic such as Kentucky, Ohio, Nevada and West Virginia.
It is now clear that a repeal of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion will remove a key source of treatment for people suffering from addictions. Proposed cuts would severely impact a number of states that have been hit hardest by the opioid epidemic such as Kentucky, Ohio, Nevada and West Virginia.
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Health Brief: White House Says It Will Make August CSR Payments

The Trump administration said it would make key payments to insurers this month, despite threats from President Donald Trump to terminate them after Senate Republicans failed to pass a repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Governors and Democrats have been urging Trump to continue the payments because insurers have said they would hike premiums or exit the exchanges without them.

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