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Medicare Part B: Barriers to Cancer Treatment

The National Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) has seen a notable rise in calls for assistance …

Congress Acts to Protect Public Health this Flu Season

The next flu season may be months away, but Congress already acted to ensure our …

Reimbursement Cuts Jeopardize Public Health

Just this month physicians who administer lifesaving therapies in their offices are seeing their reimbursements …

Make Medical Research a National Priority

Biomedical and health research fuels private sector innovation and the development of new therapies and …

Who Cares About ALS?

1,100 days. That’s the average amount of time a person survives following a diagnosis of …

Act Now to Protect Public Health and Prepare for the Upcoming Flu Season

As many as 49,000 people die from the flu annually, depending on the season, and …

Inside Health Policy: Clearing Up Confusion About Bills Updating Vaccine Tax Code

Inside Health Policy’s Alaina Busch wrote a story today on confusion that has been spreading …

Biopharmaceuticals and Accountable Care Organizations: Balancing Cost and Quality

As biopharmaceutical manufacturers consider the new reality of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and the impact …

The Affordable Care Act is Here to Stay

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 includes provisions that could lead …

The Rise of Specialty Pharmaceuticals

Fact: Specialty pharmaceuticals represented nearly 25 percent of all drug spending last year. By 2018, …