January 23, 2020 The average American family spends the equivalent of a Tesla on healthcare expenses every other year. (Not the new Cyber Truck, but still, a regular Tesla.) Read
2020 will put a spotlight on healthcare. As we get closer to the next presidential election, the questions of who pays for it, who is covered, and how efficiently care is delivered will all be elevated to the national debate stage.
The healthcare system is unsustainable. What lies ahead?
July 18, 2019 President Trump announced the administration’s intention to release an executive order based on a “favored nations” clause. This approach suggests the U.S. would pay for pharmaceuticals at
June 18, 2019 The White House recently released an executive order aimed at requiring insurers, physicians and hospitals to provide patients with more digestible information about the cost of their
July 18, 2019 The Council recently expressed strong support for the Lower Health Care Costs Act, which confronts some of the biggest obstacles to bringing costs down in the healthcare
July 18, 2019 The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Health recently marked up and voted in favor of drug transparency and surprise billing legislation. No Surprises Act (H.R.
June 20, 2019 The Committee on Ways and Means held a hearing on Wednesday, June 12, digging into universal healthcare coverage. The intent of the hearing was to understand the
June 20, 2019 The Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee released its long-awaited text on ideas to combat rising healthcare costs, which includes everything from surprise billing, cost resolution,
CMS and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) released related proposed rules to improve individuals’ access to their health data and facilitate interoperability and timely