CMS Final Rule Demonstrates What Healthcare Should Be

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted a major flaw in the delivery of healthcare in the United States. Extensive federal rules and regulations are preventing providers from offering high quality care to their patients in a timely manner. The latest example of this issue was recently alleviated in the process of the development of new medical innovations. Despite […]

“Most Favored Nation” Scheme May Lower Prices, But It Won’t Help Medicare Beneficiaries

Back in September, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order that instructed the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to design a “payment model” that would see Medicare Part B beneficiaries and the federal government pay “no more than the most-favored-nation price” for medication. Last week, the HHS announced it will test a Most […]

31 Groups Call for the Rejection of a Bill That Would Deplete Current Medicare Funds

Thirty-one nonprofit organizations sent a letter to Congress calling on it to oppose legislative attempts to meddle with the current Medicare plan. A proposal called the Medicare Crisis Program Act seeks to expand eligibility and threatens the financial stability of Medicare by depleting the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund. The bill also opens the door to […]

Real Clear Policy: “Medicare-for-All” Would Deprive Americans

Senator and presidential-hopeful Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma) has made headlines in recent weeks by releasing the details of how she would fund her vision of Medicare-for-All. But far from the headlines, and hidden deep in her 9,000 word blueprint, lies her plan to put a stop to American medical innovation. By strong-arming innovators and removing all […]