The secretary of veterans affairs, once a putative defender of government-provided veterans’ care, is no longer the hero he portrays himself to be.
Four giant health care systems are joining forces to produce generic drugs at a lower cost to themselves. But, that doesn’t mean the savings will be passed on to consumers.
VA Secretary David Shulkin is suppressing his own book that highlights the agency’s success.
It would be a mistake to privatize America’s best-performing health care system.
Professor Ekow Yankah and I were interviewed on Detroit Today by Stephen Henderson. The subject was why the country took a different approach to the current opioid epidemic than it did to the crack cocaine epidemic. You can listen to the show here. This is a brief summary of my own analysis of why we… Read more »
Working Nevadans finally scored a victory against big pharma. Will other states follow suit?
Is this any different than what a President Pence would do?
That hasn’t stopped him from putting house Republicans between a rock and a hard place.
Cutting subsidies means “choice” is no choice at all.
What if we made sure that hospital cafeterias operated with 100% cashless transactions?