It is ultimately private industry that needs to take steps to create resilience. However, the federal government plays an ...
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State policy makers are eager for solutions to address the opioid crisis and help more people recover. To gain needed ...
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Further clarity from the federal government for payers and providers on the coverage and management, as well as application ...
Much has been written about the Inflation Reduction Act’s individual provisions, but little has been said about how they fit ...
Widespread acknowledgement of market failures has created growing interest in examining how commercial health care prices are ...
Historically, naming national emergencies has practically accomplished three distinct goals: allocating emergency funding to ...
The 2023 state legislative sessions mark the start of a new era in efforts to limit abortion rights – one that will bring a ...
Given the evident impact on health and the historical inequities of the criminal legal system, it is clearer than ever that ...
The omnibus package that recently passed Congress extends the Acute Hospital Care at Home initiative through 2024, but more ...
Listen to Health Affairs' Leslie Erdelack and Jessica Bylander discuss the latest efforts to fix problems with directories of health care providers and the potential for a national provider directory.