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Drug rebates negotiated by pharmacy benefit managers are a popular topic for politicians. But CVS CEO Larry Merlo doesn't see either going away soon.
A pain-management physician from Maryland and a Detroit-area podiatrist have been sentenced to prison in two separate cases of healthcare fraud and more news.
The Senate will vote on its opioid crisis response legislation, plus more health headlines from around the web.
The comment period on the 1,473-page proposed 2019 Medicare physician fee schedule ends Monday, Sept. 10.
A bill in the Senate would overturn the association plan expansion. Plus: The DOJ says the Arkansas work requirement case needs a new judge.
The Senate OK'd a 'minibus' package of bills that includes HHS appropriations on Thursday and more healthcare news from around the web.
In its latest crackdown on the opioid epidemic, the Department of Justice took a first-of-its-kind legal action against two Ohio doctors.
A preliminary CDC report finds that there was a record high number of opioid overdose deaths last year and more headlines from around the web.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman urged the department not to permit anything that would hinder competition or harm consumers.
Healthcare fraud is prominent in the mid-Atlantic region, and it has fueled the opioid epidemic there, said a top DOJ official.