Reforming the drug development and approval system would accelerate patient access to better treatments and sharply lower the cost of developing new technologies.
The Congressional budget agreement does little to address and offer actual solutions for some of our nation’s most pressing challenges – including fixing Medicare.
ObamaCare is not health insurance, but a government-mandated social program.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), last year more than 3.9 million households with children were food insecure.
There is one point on which everyone can agree – our system for delivering health care is flawed, if not fundamentally broken.
The year is 2043. At a gala in Washington, D.C. retired Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and retired Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) are scheduled to receive the World Food Program’s 29th annual Tom Harkin Humanitarian Award.
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While battles rage over Obamacare, Washington barely noticed the anniversary for another government health care program. December 8 marked ten years since passage of the Medicare Part D drug program for seniors.
Time Magazine recently listed the fifty worst cars of all time. The communist East German Trabant made the list with this description: "This is the car that gave Communism a bad name. Powered by a two-stroke pollution generator that maxed out...
While Senate and House committees dig into chemical policy it is important to remember the point of reform: protecting public health.
Call it a perfect storm of unintended consequences. Health plans are being cancelled. Exchanges are not dispensing subsidies. Consumers are reeling from sticker shock. Yet at least some of this upheaval is avoidable. Here are five things Congress and the President should do to provide stability and health security for people losing their coverage.