Medicare spending projections have fallen dramatically since President Obama took office, thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act.
Negotiation Plus: A Framework for Value-Based Drug Pricing Negotiation
Kentucky’s Medicaid Ultimatum Threatens Beneficiaries’ Health
The Population of Pregnant Women at Potential Risk of Zika Virus Infection
New Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Proposal Tests Ways to Lower Drug Expenditures
Re-Evaluating the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Instead of building a system that works for all, House Republicans’ plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would quarantine sick Americans in separate markets, resulting in higher costs and less coverage.
Politicians must not be allowed to continue to divide women into groups in order to limit reproductive rights step by step. All women are deserving of respect and the right to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.
This infographic discusses the key implications for Zika transmission in seven at-risk states across the country.
To fight Zika, states and localities need more funding for mosquito control and other preparedness measures and must work together to increase awareness among their citizens.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Whole Woman’s Health holds implications for medical practice in the United States.
Changes are needed to Medicaid at the federal and state levels to increase women’s access to highly effective long-acting reversible contraceptives, or LARCs, after childbirth and abortion care.
The United States and its territories cannot afford to delay implementing the Obama administration’s plan to address the Zika virus. Congress should put aside partisanship to pass emergency funding.
States should take the lead in implementing innovative cost control and quality improvement reforms.
Major federal health programs now cover millions more Americans while costing less than was expected in earlier estimates that did not include the Affordable Care Act.