Business of Medicine
Appeals judges appeared doubtful during oral arguments that the Affordable Care Act should survive without the law's signature insurance mandate...
Judge noted that the court understands what HHS wanted to do – but that it’s up to Congress to enact such a requirement.
From the Journals
New research shows a link between industry payments by drug manufacturers to physicians and prescribing patterns for associated medications.
The FDA sent 33% fewer warning letters during the Trump administration’s first 28 months, compared with Obama’s final 28 months.
SAN DIEGO – Even in the face of daunting systemic factors, physicians can practice some important steps toward self-care.
Sanders and Harris say they support abolishing private insurance under a single-payer health care system.
Health care dominated early on June 26, with candidates using questions about the economy to take aim at pharmaceutical and insurance companies....
Physician and hospital groups oppose the mechanism to halt surprise billing in this consumer-friendly legislation.
“A fortress not only protects those inside of it, but it also enslaves them to work.”
– Anthony T. Hincks
Access to care should not be affected by paying nurse practitioners and physician assistants 85% of the physician fee every time.
Editorialists provide reasons to exercise caution when interpreting the results.