Black Americans are more likely to be harmed by high drug prices. How one Pa. lawmaker is trying to help | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Nearly 30 percent of people who take prescription medications struggle to afford them. The burden is disproportionately borne by Black Americans, a new report concludes.
Medicare is headed for a crisis. We’re not ready – but there’s still time | Ray E. Landis
It is past time to shore up Medicare’s finances and reverse the drift toward its privatization.
Pa. residents will see expanded healthcare through the American Rescue Plan. Here’s how | Opinion
The COVID stimulus bill represents the boldest expansion of health care in a decade that will lower health care costs and expand access to coverage.
Long live Obamacare. Now it’s NoMalarkeyCare | Dick Polman
Not only did Obamacare survive the Mar-a-Lago loser – and 10 years of attempted Republican sabotage – but today it’s more alive than ever.
Medical Errors: A cause of death that needs more attention | Opinion
The concepts of improvement and prevention, especially against the leading causes of death, are a focus of Patient Safety Awareness Week which is March 14-20.
7 things that President-elect Biden can achieve on health care | Opinion
President-elect Joe Biden has plenty of work ahead of him; reining in the out-of-control pandemic tops the list, and beyond that, there are significant challenges on health care in general.
Why unions need the Affordable Care Act | Opinion
Unions cannot stand idly by and watch as others try to rip health insurance away from our members and the people and communities they serve.
The U.S. Supreme Court could strike down the Affordable Care Act. Here’s what’s at stake
The fate of the sweeping 2010 health care law known as Obamacare is again in limbo, with the Supreme Court hearing arguments Tuesday over whether that statute should be overturned.
Pa. is in the middle of a 2020 ‘litigation arms race’ that’s only going to escalate | Monday Morning Coffee
Eight days out, expect the blizzard of lawsuits to continue well past Election Day with swing states like Pa. playing a starring role.
Pa.’s Casey: Affordable Care Act in ‘grave danger’ if Barrett confirmed to Supreme Court
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., , raised alarms Wednesday about the possibility of the Affordable Care Act being overturned if a conservative U.S. Supreme Court justice is confirmed in the next few weeks.
If Obamacare goes away, here are eight ways your life will be affected | Analysis
If the Supreme Court strikes down the ACA, it seems unlikely to me that a meaningful replacement will be put in place.
In second visit to Pa. in a week, Trump touts SCOTUS pick, stokes fears about mail-in voting
Trump also promised to increase penalties for attacking police, land a man on Mars, protect the natural gas industry, and reform healthcare.