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Rural Americans are preoccupied with the problems of opioid and drug addiction in their communities, citing it as a worry on par with concerns about... [Read More]
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New Cheaper Insurance Policies May Have Big Coverage Gaps... [Read More]
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A consortium of hospital systems and three foundations is moving ahead with a nonprofit drugmaker that would produce some of the generic medicines health care... [Read More]
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In signs the health care market may be maturing, an analysis of insurance filings shows premiums will rise less than 4 percent on average and... [Read More]
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A survey by the research group NORC at the University of Chicago shows 57 percent of American adults have been surprised by a health care... [Read More]
The New York Police Department told NPR that Frieden allegedly "grabbed a victim's buttocks without her permission" last October. [Read More]
CVS Caremark is suing Ohio Medicaid officials to block release of a report the agency commissioned to show how the pharmacy benefit manager does business,... [Read More]
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Several states are questioning the cost of using pharmacy middlemen to manage their prescription drug programs in a movement that could shake up the complex... [Read More]
The Governor of Arizona has removed a doctor from its Medicaid drug committee and issued an executive order requiring disclosure of financial conflicts in response... [Read More]
A new Trump Administration rule allows consumers to buy health care plans that are exempt from certain Affordable Care Act rules — and therefore cheaper. [Read More]
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Louisiana and Gilead Sciences are working on a deal that would change how the state pays for expensive hepatitis C drugs, with the goal of... [Read More]
NPR's Alison Kodjak and The Center for Public Integrity have been looking at all the ways the drug industry tries to keep Medicaid money flowing.... [Read More]
The Trump administration has made more moves that may further destabilize the Affordable Care Act. [Read More]
A Senate investigation into prescription opioids in Missouri finds that pharmaceutical wholesalers had different standards for reporting suspicious orders to the Drug Enforcement Administration. [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh, the president's Supreme Court nominee, will have a chance to leave his mark on a series of health care cases — and specifically... [Read More]
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Heath insurance premiums could rise again next year after the Trump administration suspended part of the Affordable Care Act that's designed to stabilize insurance markets. [Read More]
Several states are considering requiring Medicaid recipients to work in order to maintain health coverage. In Kentucky, one such requirement has been stalled in court. [Read More]
Though the federal government is changing its policy of separating immigrant children and parents, some children who were detained may suffer ongoing health consequences from... [Read More]
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