Early retirees and certain self-employed individuals buying insurance on Affordable Care Act exchanges, particularly those managed federally, are hurting the most as they face increased premiums without benefiting from subsidies, including tax credits.
Results of a recent survey by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) on the effects of paid medical leave on individuals with cancer, their caregivers and people in remission indicate a positive experience.
The Office of Minority Health (OMH) at the Department of Health and Human Services has announced more than $5 million in cooperative agreement awards to help communities address childhood obesity, the opioid epidemic and serious mental illness.
The nonprofit ALS Association (ALSA) recently reflected on the successes its stakeholders achieved this year, ranging from access to specialized equipment and fundraising efforts to legislative advocacy work on Capitol Hill.
A bipartisan health bill would slightly decrease the deficit over 10 years and there would be no significant reduction in the number of people with insurance, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Apricus Biosciences said in a release that its CEO, Richard Pascoe, recently addressed the 2017 BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco, where he updated attendees on the company’s Vitaros, an erectile dysfunction treatment under development in the U.S.
When statistics don’t appear to synchronize with consumer experience, it may be time to look more closely at direct influences behind medicine expenses, a Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) expert suggested recently.