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4 Ways CAR T-Cell Therapies Could Change Cancer Care
New cell-based immunotherapy drugs are changing the way certain cancers are treated at a small number of FDA-approved centers, with...
Azar: Drug Importation May Not Be a Gimmick After All
There may be 'safe, select avenues for importation' that the U.S. government should consider, the HHS secretary said.
Changes Needed to Stark Law, House Members Told
The law against physician self-referral needs to be updated, but there was disagreement on how much reform needs to occur.
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Single Payer Getting More Attention at State Level, Not Going Away
States are testing the waters with Medicare-for-all type plans while waiting for federal solutions. The cost of single-payer plans could...
FDA Looks to Ease Restrictions on Some Prescription Drugs
Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says the proposal would improve competition, expand access, empower consumers, and provide more affordable options.
Patients and Families Hesitant to Speak Up About Safety in ICU
More than half of patients and families expressed discomfort about raising patient safety concerns to the healthcare team.
Accelerate Your Value-based Payment Model by Establishing Transparency
States Suing Over Halted CSR Payments Ask to Put Case On Hold
In case the federal government moves to ban 'silver-loading,' the plaintiffs are trying to keep their legal options open.
PhRMA, CVS Trade Blame Over High Drug Prices
CVS wants to eliminate 'pay-for-delay agreements' among drug makers, while the pharmaceutical lobby calls for 'delinking supply chain payments from...
HHS Secretary tries to reset agenda amid family-separations furor
Proposed big hospital merger shouldn't come at the expense of low-income patients
Insurers are helping shape the future of our health care system
One of the biggest threats to affordable health care
Physicians are human, too
Investigation: Patients' drug options under Medicaid heavily influenced by drugmakers