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Daily Archives: January 17, 2018

Tough Talk: Millions More Uninsured Because Trump ‘Sabotaged’ ACA; Making The Case For Medicaid Work Requirements

Opinion writers weigh in on how new national and state policies are impacting health care.

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Viewpoints: Why Some People Still Don’t Get The Flu Shot; Should Hospitals Be The Starting Point In Stopping Opioid Addiction

A selection of opinions on health care from news outlets around the country.

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Perspectives: Don’t Get Distracted By Finger-Pointing. Drug Costs Are To Blame For High Health Spending.

Read recent commentaries about drug-cost issues.

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Drug Company’s Proposition: Pay For Pricey Drug In Installments Rather Than In One Go

News outlets report on stories related to pharmaceutical pricing.

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State Highlights: Flu Season Hitting Hard In N.H., Fla., Texas; Ga.’s Increase In Elder Abuse Cases Draws Crackdown On Licensed Facilities

Media outlets report on news from New Hampshire, Florida, Texas, Georgia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Vermont and Illinois.

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One Of Most Common Parasites In Country Is Also One Of Most Neglected

About five percent of the U.S. population has the parasite, but many doctors are unaware of the infection. In other public health news: prostate cancer, diabetes, health data, sneezing, and more.

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Spike In Accidental Deaths In U.S. Attributed To Opioid Overdoses

The category, which includes accidental drug overdoses, saw a 10 percent uptick in 2016. Meanwhile, states are starting to open their Medicaid programs to covering alternative pain treatments in an effort to combat the opioid crisis.

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FDA Pilot Program Designed To Increase Transparency Around Drug Rejection Letters

But Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is stopping far short of the full disclosure he called for before he took up the reins of the agency. In other news, the Food and Drug Administration and Pentagon are working to expedite approvals for devices and drugs that are used on the battlefield.

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Anti-Abortion Advocates’ No. 1 Legislative Priority For 2018: A 20-Week Ban

“It’s an election year, so getting substantial stuff done from Congress is usually a stretch,” said Tom McClusky, vice president of government affairs with March for Life, which opposes abortion. “However, it is a good chance to bring up bills to highlight the differences between pro-lifers and those who are not.”

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Health Sharing Ministries Offer Cheaper Plans Than ACA, But At What Cost?

Ministries have no guarantee of solvency and can reject claims that traditional insurance companies are barred from rejecting. They also have little, if any, government oversight. In addition, they drain the traditional marketplace of healthy people.

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