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What Kavanaugh's confirmation means for SCOTUS' health care rulings

October 8, 2018


Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has ruled on several high-profile health care cases that some observers say could shed light on how he would rule if cases on those issues were to reach the Supreme Court.

In the states: California law bars pharmacy gag clauses, Michigan business groups launch association health plan, and more

October 5, 2018


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

Botched drug leaves at least 68 people nearly blind—reigniting debate over compound pharmacy oversight

October 4, 2018


Dozens of patients in Texas are taking legal action after receiving a botched compounded injectable eye drug that left them partially blind—a case that observers say highlights the holes in regulatory oversight of compounding pharmacies.

SCOTUS to hear hospitals' challenge to Medicare payment change

October 2, 2018


James Segroves, a partner at Reed Smith, says the case will be the first Medicare-related case the Supreme Court will hear in several years.

Senate delays vote on Kavanaugh's nomination to allow FBI investigation

October 1, 2018


The Senate is delaying a planned vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's nomination for one week, after Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) joined Democrats in requesting the FBI be allowed to investigate sexual assault allegations.

In the states: California bans sale of short-term health plans, New Mexico abandons federal exchange, and more

September 28, 2018


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

Judge dismisses lab group's suit over Medicare payment cuts

September 26, 2018


U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson rules that, although she believes the American Clinical Laboratory Association raises valid questions in its lawsuit challenging CMS' method for calculating Medicare reimbursements for most clinical lab tests, she must dismiss the suit because "Congress expressly precluded judicial review of issues such as these."

Hospitals pay HHS $1M after reality show filming results in HIPAA violation

September 25, 2018


HHS for the second time is settling potential HIPAA violations over an ABC network medical documentary.

Memorial Sloan Kettering insiders face controversy over AI startup

September 24, 2018


Some pathologists and legal experts are raising concerns about a for-profit venture founded in part by three Memorial Sloan Kettering employees aiming to revolutionize pathology, saying that the company could benefit inappropriately from an exclusive deal to use materials in Sloan's archives.

Senate committee delays vote on Supreme Court nominee amid sexual assault allegation

September 21, 2018


The Senate Judiciary Committee delayed a committee vote previously scheduled for this week on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as lawmakers grapple with how to handle sexual assault allegations that surfaced late last week.

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