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A selection of opinions on health care from across the country.
Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.
Outlets report on news from Iowa, Texas, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Connecticut, Massachusetts, California and Florida.
As industry, patients and advocates begin to dig into the details of the Republican legislation, concerns grow about its impact on a wide array of services.
Trump administration officials tell CNN that they are willing to accept Republican conservatives’ efforts to amend the House health bill to end the Medicaid expansion earlier than the legislation currently seeks.
Blue Shield of California is hoping to steer consumers to “preferred” pharmacies where drugs are cheaper and copays lower.
A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
Opinion writers across the country pick apart the health care debate that is roaring on Capitol Hill.
Developments related to hospitals in Massachusetts, Tennessee, Minnesota and Colorado are in the news today.
In other news on pharmaceutical costs, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) questions Kaleo about the $4,500 price tag of its EpiPen alternative and some payers are denying coverage of pricey hepatitis C treatments, despite more discounts.
News outlets analyze the specifics of what’s in the House Republicans’ repeal-and-replace legislation, compare it with Obamacare, identify who wins and loses as a result of its changes, and detail issues such as taxes, subsidies and mental health coverage.
Even as key committees considered the legislation, industry groups including the American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association joined with organizations representing seniors and patients to oppose the House Republican’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Opinion writers offer their unflattering takes on the Republican’s replacement plan.
Read recent commentaries about drug-cost issues.
News outlets report on stories related to pharmaceutical drug pricing.
Health care companies are still parsing the new legislation but some of the moves are bound to please — such as the elimination of some taxes — while others are cause for concern.
A look at how taxes will work under the American Health Care Act.
Confused about what’s in the American Health Care Act and what’s changed from the Affordable Care Act? Media outlets break it down for you.
The right wing of the party immediately panned the bill, calling it Obamacare-lite.
An electronic consulting and referral system adopted by the county’s safety net public health system in 2012 has reduced waiting times for appointments with specialists and eliminated the need for such appointments in a significant number of cases, according to a new study in the journal Health Affairs.