Nation’s Seniors Not Supportive of Giving Federal Government Greater Control of Medicare Drug Prices, Polling Shows

July 29, 2021

WASHINGTON – Proposals in Congress to give the federal government power to set prices for medications in the Medicare Part D prescription drug program are not getting an enthusiastic reception … Continued

Nationwide Survey of Seniors Shows High Approval Ratings for Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage; Beneficiaries Say Their Part D Plans Are Affordable, Provide Good Value

July 28, 2021

WASHINGTON – Nearly nine of every 10 Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Part D prescription drug plans say they are satisfied with their medication coverage with large majorities saying that their … Continued

Growing Number of States in Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Will Improve Healthcare Access, Make Nation Better Equipped to Handle Public Health Challenges

July 23, 2021

WASHINGTON – With Ohio and Delaware having joined the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact in recent weeks, the nation is increasingly enabling the mobility of healthcare professionals and addressing one of … Continued