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Trump admin seeks immediate budget cuts for NIH, CDC, and more

March 29, 2017


The proposed budget cuts, which were distributed to Congress, are meant to serve as a list of "options" for GOP lawmakers to consider as they work on legislation to continue funding the federal government through for the current fiscal year.

WalletHub ranks the best, worst states to practice medicine

March 29, 2017


A new analysis by WalletHub shows Iowa is the best state in the country to practice medicine and New York is the worst.

Sanders to make another push for a single-payer health care system

March 29, 2017


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says he will seek President Trump's help to advance the measure, adding that he hopes to gain bipartisan support for the initiative.

Ryan says GOP is reviving repeal efforts—but others appear ready to move on

March 29, 2017


Recent remarks from Senate and White House officials suggest they would halt Affordable Care Act repeal efforts for now, but House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and President Trump are suggesting there might be a path forward.

HHS' OIG investigates Trump admin's directive to scale-back ACA enrollment outreach

March 29, 2017


HHS' Office of the Inspector General is reviewing "the timeline, decision-making process, and factors considered by HHS" when issuing a directive that scaled-back advertising and outreach efforts regarding the Affordable Care Act's latest open enrollment period.

Ga. county's response to TB outbreak could serve as a model for other localities

March 29, 2017


A drug-resistant strain of tuberculosis could have caused a public health emergency in Georgia's Fulton County, but a multimillion-dollar screening and treatment effort is curbing the disease's spread.

NY hospital offers ED telemedicine option to cut patient wait times

March 29, 2017


Ali Raja, vice chair of the department of emergency medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, says, "Ten years from now, tele-emergency medicine will be the standard around the country."

Experts skeptical Trump will push ACA toward 'explosion'—but here is how he could

March 28, 2017


In the coming weeks and months, the Trump administration will need to decide whether it will work to improve the Affordable Care Act or, as President Trump suggested, let it flounder.

States eye Medicaid expansion, changes after AHCA's failure

March 28, 2017


Benjamin Sommers of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health says the American Health Care Act's failure has removed the "imminent threat of repeal" for the Affordable Care Act, so states might be more likely to seek to expand Medicaid under the law.

White House taps 'SWAT team' of business leaders to tackle opioid crisis

March 28, 2017


The White House says it will assemble a 'SWAT team' of top business leaders, reportedly including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, to tackle national problems—including the opioid misuse epidemic and challenges with Veterans Affairs' health system.

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