Heated And Deep-Pocketed Battle Erupts Over 340B Drug Discount Program
A 25-year-old federal drug discount program has grown so big and controversial that it faces a fight for survival as federal officials and lawmakers furiously debate the program’s reach.
How Opioids Started Killing Americans
A huge study of the epidemic’s acceleration shows most deaths began with a prescription.
Parents Are Not Liable For Medical Debts Of Adult Children On Shared Insurance
Kaiser Health News
Are parents responsible for adult children’s medical debts?
Choice and the Insurance Mandate
New York Times
A key part of the Senate tax bill is repeal of the individual health insurance mandate.
Cost of pneumococcal vaccine keeps rising
Every November, like clockwork, she gets the same letter, said Lindsay Irvin, a pediatrician in San Antonio.
Should Hospitals Be Punished For Post-Surgical Patients’ Opioid Addiction?
In April this year, Katie Herzog checked into a Boston teaching hospital for what turned out to be a nine-hour-long back surgery.