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In pursuit of better health care for less money, Minnesota hospitals show uneven results
“There’s a limit to how much we can afford to lose in any given program,” said ... Fairview and Park Nicollet remain bullish about this type of payment reform, because the U.S. health care system othe... read more
Where Abortion Fights Will Play Out In 2019
Insight provides an in-depth look at health care issues in and affecting California. Have a story suggestion? Let us know. With Democrats now in control of the U.S. House of Representatives ... “It’s ... read more
How to Keep Health Care Coverage Going During the Government Shutdown
Shutdown 21 will certainly not be the last shutdown in U.S. history, but government contractors can work with health insurers to design special ... or other personal protective equipment. At one point ... read more
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With advocates on both sides of the abortion debate looking to make strides, here's where fights will play out in 2019
This is a Kaiser Health News story. With Democrats now in control of the U.S. House of Representatives ... “It’s very important we get to a point of banning” fetal tissue research ... read more
Advocacy orgs weigh in on FDA shutdown for the first time
Editor's Note: This edition of Pulse is published weekdays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro Health ... a health care system, showcasing just how delicate a line progressives will have to walk to sell the publi... read more
Are Markets Actually Turning Optimistic?
It requires us to care about debt-to-income, about free cash flow, about debt-to-assets, about the overall capital structure of the companies we own ... a pivotal turning point in so much of ... read more
Scientists Seek Ways to Finally Take a Real Measure of Pain
Patients must convey how bad it is using that 10-point scale or emoji-style charts that show faces turning ... we'll pull these different metrics together for something of a fingerprint of pain." NIH ... read more
Opinion: Don’t Complain, Take Action to Rescue Bike Racing in the U.S.
We thought the piece generated some good discussion about the state of bike racing in the U.S., and although the focus was on road racing, a number of the points likely apply to ... the cycling world ... read more
The Doctors Who Invented a New Way to Help People Die
In the U.S., aid ... Wynia points out. In those rare cases, a doctor may want to try an innovative treatment, something for which there’s no approved research protocol. While that’s legal, clinicians ... read more
The No. 1 takeaway from the 2019 JP Morgan Healthcare Conference: It's the platform, stupid
This year those presenters represented over $300 billion, or close to 10 percent of the annual healthcare spend in U.S. healthcare ... for the cost of care across the continuum. Vinny Tammaro, CFO of ... read more
U.S. Large Cap Equities Continue To Be Strong - But Choose Carefully
U.S. equity markets may ... streaming media company. If we get it right, there are multiples of upside ahead. The point is to not necessarily be negative. In terms of market dynamics, if money starts ... read more
Is the U.S. Ready for a Single-Payer Health Care System?
Each region has wide latitude to innovate — as long as it honors the basic guarantee of providing free point-of-care treatment ... it once it strikes, we may even start to see more health investments ... read more