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Stephen Shortell, dean of Berkeley’s School of Public Health, has co-authored a new report, for the non-profit Brookings Institution, on ways to control health care costs while improving patient care in light of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The health reform bill was signed into law in March 2010.
Is Medicare Part D health care reform working? Are prescription drugs cheaper? Health care change is scaring many people and with election time looming, a change could be on the horizon and might not be just for health care. …
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Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Saturday said the Food and Drug Administration rejected the company’s application for lorcaserin, one of three drugs seeking to become the first new FDA-approved prescription weight loss drug in more than a decade.
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FDA rejects Arena Pharma diet drug lorcaserin
Health insurers flirted with Democrats, supported them with money and got what they wanted: a federal mandate that most Americans carry health care coverage. Now they’re backing Republicans, hoping a GOP Congress will mean friendlier regulations.
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Health insurers help GOP after dalliance with Dems
storyId=36580 “Making these rules work will require tough scrutiny of insurance companies’ spending to make sure they don’t use loopholes in the law to pass off overhead costs as health care,” said Carmen Balber , Washington DC director …
Yet another reason to love comedian Jack Black: he’s taking on the rampant lies and misinformation surrounding the health care law in a new video, “The Mis-Informant.” Sponsored by Health Care for … Read more of this post, Jack Black …
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Last night, I spoke with Dr. Rajesh Panjabi, M.D., co-founder and executive director of Tiyatien Health, an organization working with rural communities and the Liberian government “to advance health care and the fundamental rights of …
Pharmacists are now taking on a new role to address the growing healthcare needs and demands of Americans.