“We believe the strong patient protections in Part D will help everyone get access to the drugs that are right for them at a lower cost,” Mr Azar said during a recent speech, “but we want your input on how that should work.”
The Office of the Inspector General at the HHS recently ruled to allow an equipment sharing arrangement between a federally qualified hospital and a county health clinic, despite the risks for a kickback scenario.
Recent research in AIDS Care found that VA patients with HIV had better treatment retention and viral suppression when taking a single-tablet regimen compared with a multi-tablet regimen.
Mary Watson Montgomery, MD, of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School, discussed emerging HIV therapies and how health care decision makers can help patients access high quality HIV care.
The FDA recently approved a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) therapy for use in adolescent patients.