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Few states likely to set up exchanges to save subsidies

Few states likely to set up exchanges to save subsidies

Justice Samuel Alito suggested during the King v. Burwell arguments that a simple fix for states that lose premium subsidies would be to establish their own exchanges. But even state leaders who want to—like Pennsylvania's new Democratic Gov.Tom Wolf—would face roadblocks.

Novartis cancer drug gets FDA's first 'biosimilar' nod

By Steven Ross Johnson  |  March 06, 2015

Federal regulators have approved the first “biosimilar” drug to be sold in the U.S. under a program intended to spur a new market of lower-cost alternatives to some of the most expensive treatments in healthcare.

Hospitals struggle to plan during King v. Burwell wait

By Melanie Evans and Beth Kutscher  |  March 05, 2015

Hospitals are just beginning to hash out contingency plans as the waiting begins for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether to end insurance subsidies in most of the country.



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