Keyword: Alliance for Health Policy
A Southern California doctor’s alleged illegal prescribing of opioids and other narcotics appears to have had wide-ranging and tragic consequences.
A federal judge overturned the ACA last week, but the law isn't dead yet. Its fate lies in the hands of other courts and Congress, experts say.
The Trump administration has yet to unveil its plan for overhauling safe harbors for drug rebates, but experts say there's limits on what it can do.
There is room for bipartisan work on health policy ahead of the 2020 presidential race, experts say.
Flexibility can be extremely valuable in crafting health policy—or it can underpin poor policy, with potentially dangerous consequences, experts say.
Providers are devising ways to better care for seniors, but fee-for-service Medicare stands in the way, experts say.
Landmark Health, which he founded, decreased hospital admissions 40% by having doctors visit patients in their homes. Could Medicare soon do the same?
Policymakers in Virginia want to reframe the discussion about “deaths of despair” around solutions tied to the social determinants of health.
In a healthcare system "designed to obfuscate," it's going to take collaboration to lower costs for patients, experts say.
The "broken" drug pricing system in the U.S. is forcing some patients to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, experts warn.