New York’s health insurance market place open for business
The Capitol Pressroom
New Yorkers can continue to purchase health insurance through the state’s marketplace, as the result of an expanded shopping window intended to increase coverage during the pandemic.
Retired public workers want access to free Covid tests
State of Politics
The Retired Public Employees Association is urging the federal government to expand access to free COVID-19 tests to include people on Medicare.
Adams administration to advocate for higher reimbursement rate for public health funding
The New York City health department intends to push the Hochul administration to raise its reimbursement rate for local public health funding.
The 2022 Health Care Power 100
City & State
City & State’s Health Care Power 100 highlights the public health officials, hospital executives, labor leaders, activists and other influential figures that have shaped New York’s response to the pandemic – and other pressing health care matters – over the past year.
Mark Cuban launches digital pharmacy promising steep discounts on generic drugs
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company (MCCPDC) is pitching its approach as a way to curb drug costs by working both as a retailer and its own PBM.