Top highlights this week include: Trump, Price, and Hill GOP at odds on Obamacare, Trump promises ‘insurance for everybody’ as health law replacement, what the public knows and does not know about Obamacare, waiting on House to repeal Obamacare, and nearly two-thirds say Obamacare replacement must happen with repeal.
Top highlights this week include: The need for ACA replacement; doctors warn against loss of coverage with Obamacare repeal; House GOP plans to send Obamacare repeal to Oval Office in February; Obamacare repeal without replacement; and for some patients in marketplace plans, access to cancer centers is elusive.
Top highlights this week include: After Obama, some health reforms may prove lasting, why Obamacare is unlikely to die a swift death, Obamacare is first item on Congress’ chopping block, Obamacare doesn’t mean higher prices for many, and the U.S. spends more on health care than any other country.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) has selected Mayo Medical Laboratories as its exclusive reference laboratory. The agreement provides YRMC physicians and staff with access to Mayo Clinic’s extensive menu of more than 3,000 laboratory tests in every subspecialty of medicine.
Top highlights this week include: Obamacare recipients go to court to protect funding, fewer people skipping doctor visits under Obamacare, researchers race to copy Obamacare data, HHS reports record ACA sign-ups, and GOP considers holding off on repealing Obamacare taxes.
Top highlights this week include: New anti-aging process shows success in mice, doubts on sugar guidelines, tackling burnout on medicine, Mayo Clinic identifies enzyme linked to DNA repair that may be used in cancer treatments, and new discoveries about chronic liver disease.
Top highlights this week include: Obamacare sign-ups close to last year, Democrats open to replacing Obamacare, replacing health care law with universal access, Republicans could keep parts of Obamacare for up to four years, and health insurance sign-ups hit new record.
Top highlights this week include: 52M with pre-existing conditions could be denied coverage without Obamacare, Republicans face dilemma on timing of health-law replacement, length of Obamacare transition still undetermined, chaos under ACA repeal, and Trump vows to lower drug prices.