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Why the White House Push on Health Care Risks a Shutdown
But with the spending bill in flux and the White House pushing for a speedy vote on a third try to scrap and replace Affordable Care, there is no clear picture about what, exactly, is on the table. The deadline comes with deep risks. The market for ... read more
In push for ‘tax reform,’ wealthy conservative groups hope to avoid health debate’s mistakes. They may be repeating them.
The issue is now the GOP’s top legislative priority this fall, following the failure to enact an overhaul of the nation’s health-care laws. The organizations ... including some contact with the White House, the deep-pocketed Koch network and wealthy ... read more
White House to ratchet up pressure on China
WHITE HOUSE TO RATCHET UP PRESSURE ON CHINA — POLITICO’s Doug ... Rewriting the tax code will be just as difficult as health care — maybe even more so. While every Republican loves a tax cut, the GOP is divided over how -— or even whether ... read more
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Interview With Jon Walker: Why MICA Is Good Plan To Transition U.S. To Single-Payer Health Care
Health ... the White House in 2020. There is usually a brief moment after a party wins big when they’ve got a chance to push through major legislation. We saw this with George Bush with his tax cuts. We saw this with Obama with the Affordable Care ... read more
White House Officials, Craving Progress, Push Revised Health Bill
WASHINGTON — White House officials, desperate to demonstrate progress on President Trump’s promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, are pushing to resurrect a Republican health care ... a plan at all. “Why would these high-risk pools work better ... read more
Why The Opioid Epidemic Makes EHRs Essential To Public Health
“Of those people, nearly half — roughly 881,000 workers — said in a survey that they had taken an opioid the day before, according to a study published last year by former White House ... push for full interoperability continues, behavioral health ... read more
A ‘National Emergency’ Declaration on Opioid Epidemic Might Actually Work
The White House has yet to release specific details ... In the 32 states that chose to expand Medicaid as part of the Affordable Care Act, more low-income adults were eligible for addiction treatment and other health services. The federal government ... read more
Why Everyone Is Hating on IBM Watson—Including the People Who Helped Make It
So why is everyone ... “You were at The White House yesterday,” Cramer began. “What did you talk about? And what can IBM do for our country?” Of course, the answer is, a lot, according to Rometty: IBM can improve health care for vets, modernize ... read more
Republicans may not have the votes for more spending cuts
will work with Democrats on a package that could tie the debt limit to other bipartisan legislation, such as extending health-care coverage for ... and messaging.” The White House has signaled that it doesn’t want to risk the possibility of another ... read more
The Democratic Party Has a Great Opportunity In 2018. It Might Still Blow It.
Democrats have been given an enviable political landscape, with an opposition president at a historically low approval rating and scandal besetting his White House. But they risk potentially ... been active in national health care protests, has started ... read more