Large majorities regardless of party identification and age found the following argument convincing: “Those in favor say negotiation is needed because Americans pay higher prices than people in other countries, many can’t afford their prescriptions, and drug company profits are too high.”
Pharmacy benefit managers, or PBMs, suspended in-person audits because of covid last year, shifting to virtual audits, much as in-person doctor visits shifted to telehealth. Amid added pandemic pressure, that means pharmacists are bearing significantly more workload for the audits.
At the last minute, President Donald Trump granted pardons to several individuals convicted in huge Medicare swindles that prosecutors alleged often harmed or endangered elderly and infirm patients while fleecing taxpayers.
A new analysis shows that more than 2,900 healthcare workers have died amid Covid-19 pandemic — a much higher number than reported by the government.
As the winter surge picks up and cases skyrocket daily, health officials report that backup clinicians are becoming much harder to find.
A health journalist, a physician and a former foreign correspondent sits down with Dr. Anthony Fauci for a lengthy Q&A about safety during Covid times.
For decades, people struggling with illnesses of all kinds have sought help in online support […]
Matthew Holt and Jessica DaMassa gave a talk at the “Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech Conference” on June 17, 2020. They spoke about how technology is evolving the mental health space, along with their thoughts on where the future of the industry is headed. Jess & Matthew first start off with their “Health in 2 …