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Legislation regarding surprise billing in California has proven beneficial to patients, however, many physicians argue that the law's restraint on insurer negotiation could negatively impact patient care.
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The rate at which health care spending is growing is apparently slowing down according to recently published data from the Office of the Actuary at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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The use of intensity modulated radiation therapy after lumpectomy in early-stage breast cancer is associated with roughly $8500 more in Medicare expenditures yet yields no expected major clinical benefit.
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A new program launched by HHS will make preventive HIV medication, such as PrEP, available at no cost to people without prescription drug coverage.
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According to a recent JAMA study, life expectancy and mortality rates in the United States are in decline compared to rates in other wealthy countries.
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“The financial struggle that legislators were trying to remove us from―trying to protect us from―patients might be right back in the middle of that situation,” said Stacey Pogue, a senior policy analyst with the Center for Public Policy Priorities.
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As part of a multi-year agreement, UnitedHealthcare announced plans to open Medicare services centers for members in select Walgreens locations.
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“These preliminary results support the stratification of laboratory data for CKD population health innovation in commercial health plans,” researchers recently said.
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"Givlaari will be an entirely new therapy for a poorly treated rare disease patient population," said Oppenheimer analyst Leland Gershell.
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A recent report shows the significant difficulties Americans face in accessing affordable treatment for mental illness and substance abuse, despite the law enacted over a decade ago mandating equal access for mental and physical health care.
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