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Prescription E-Labels are Past Due

November 30, 2021

Now decades into the digital age, most tasks can be completed electronically – ordering food, booking appointments, transferring funds, and even signing contracts. In the healthcare world, medical records and … Continued


The Parallel Roads of Representation and Access

October 28, 2021

Guest post by: Dana Dornsife, Founder and CEO, Lazarex Cancer Foundation There are many avenues to addressing health disparities, an essential health policy objective. To determine the most appropriate strategies, … Continued


Understanding State Laws for Interchangeable Biosimilars

October 15, 2021

An important development in the biopharmaceutical world, with significant ramifications for patients, is the progress being made on biosimilars.  These are products with the same safety and efficacy as FDA-approved … Continued


Lawmakers Have a Drug Pricing Solution Right in Front of Them

October 4, 2021

As Congress continues to deliberate on drug pricing proposals that many would call extreme, even radical – empowering the federal government to set prices instead of having prices negotiated in … Continued


The Problematic Push to Slow Medicare Advantage’s Positive Health Impact

September 23, 2021

In the complex deliberations on Capitol Hill to assemble a social spending package that can pass both houses, one of the prominent proposals being discussed is the expansion of Medicare … Continued


Technological Solutions for Vaccine Credentialing Critical to Nation’s Progress

September 20, 2021

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination has become, it’s an understatement to say, a political hot button issue across the country.  Nonetheless, as more private employers insist that their workforces be vaccinated … Continued


Addressing Children’s Behavioral Health Through School Telehealth Programs

August 25, 2021

Children are the future, however what does the future hold for our children? The CDC estimates that as many as one out of five children experience a mental disorder in … Continued


Why We Don’t Need and Shouldn’t Want a Public Option

August 11, 2021

Earlier this year, Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), the chair of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, and Congressman Frank Pallone (D-NJ), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce … Continued


Looking at Physician Training Through a Wide(r) Angle Lens

July 27, 2021

Historically medical school curricula have, for the most part, revolved around the actual practice of medicine and not the business aspects that will also affect a physician’s work life and … Continued


Blockchain Technology and its Current Status in the Healthcare Industry

July 15, 2021

Blockchain technology is an anticipated medium in the healthcare industry because of its ability to secure patient data, streamline care and prevent costly mistakes. This trusted technology is a database … Continued