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HHS Secretary Alex Azar is challenging Congress to take up the administration’s plan to end safe harbor protections for drug rebates.
Real-world evidence can be a driving force behind value-based care, but the healthcare system has a ways to go before that is a reality, experts said.
Food and Drug Administration staffers were pleased to be back at work on Monday, Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said.
Mental and physical health care face a number of challenges being integrated in the same care plan.
Although the estimated 800,000 government workers affected by the shutdown won’t lose their health insurance, an unknown number are in limbo.
The CHRONIC Care Act offers plenty of room for innovation, but it’s crucial to do so in a way that’s easy for patients to follow, experts say.
Providers are devising ways to better care for seniors, but fee-for-service Medicare stands in the way, experts say.
Congress has reached a consensus on a legislation package aimed at the opioid crisis, setting the stage to swiftly send a bill to the president.
Medicare-related provisions in the law contain tremendous potential, but ensuring their proper implementation will require some work.
Integrating behavioral healthcare will require some major work, but there are "significant quick wins” key players can earn now, experts say.