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AMA, Planned Parenthood sue HHS over Title X rule

March 7, 2019


The American Medical Association, the Oregon Medical Association, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America on Tuesday filed a lawsuit to block an HHS final rule that bars abortion providers and clinics that refer patients for abortion care from receiving Title X family planning grants.

Who do people trust most with their health data? Providers top the list.

March 5, 2019


About 72% of people are willing to share their health data with physicians, making physicians the most trusted entity with which individuals are willing to share their health data, according to a recent survey from Rock Health.

Final rule could bar abortion providers from receiving Title X family planning funds

February 26, 2019


The Trump administration on Friday finalized a rule that bars abortion providers and clinics that refer non-emergent patients for abortion care from receiving Title X Family Planning grants, and Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson (D) on Monday said he will file a lawsuit and seek an injunction to block the rule from taking effect while the lawsuit proceeds.

This 21-year-old can't get life-saving surgery—because her records are trapped in a defunct EHR

February 26, 2019


Two Arizona-based hospitals last year filed for bankruptcy and closed, leaving behind a slew of unpaid bills that locked the hospitals' electronic health record systems and left patients like Caitlin Secrist struggling to gain access to medical records needed for a life-saving surgery.

Purdue execs intentionally downplayed OxyContin's strength, Propublica reports after obtaining sealed testimony

February 22, 2019


Richard Sackler, a former executive at Purdue Pharmaceuticals, allegedly agreed to an internal plan to conceal OxyContin's strength from physicians, according to sealed testimony obtained by ProPublica—but Purdue in a statement claimed the testimony "supports that the company accurately disclosed the potency of OxyContin to health care providers."

Maryland Rx price gouging law effectively dead, after SCOTUS declines to hear case

February 21, 2019


The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a case centered on a Maryland law intended to prevent generic drug price gouging, effectively killing the statute.

Federal government must pay insurers CSR payments, federal judges rule

February 19, 2019


Two federal court judges last week ruled the federal government violated its statutory obligation under the Affordable Care Act to pay insurers cost-sharing reduction payments.

The House can intervene in lawsuit challenging ACA's constitutionality, judge rules

February 18, 2019


A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that the House can intervene in a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act's constitutionality, but declined a request to expedite the case.

In the states: Georgia seeks partial Medicaid expansion, Maine co-op asks SCOTUS to hear case on risk corridor payments, and more

February 15, 2019


American Health Line rounds up the latest health care news in the states.

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