To better understand what the future of Medicaid could look like, you might come to Indiana. Once you're here, you might ask someone like Richard Ullrich Jr., who works in a bottling plant, what kind of plan he has through the state's unique Medicaid expansion.
ONC pushing hard on interoperability in last days of Obama administration | Healthcare IT News
Vindell Washington, MD, is aiming to do as much as he possibly can as National Coordinator to advance interoperability and eradicate EHR data blocking before the new Presidential administration steps in.
FDA denies bid to drop some warnings from tobacco pouches | The Washington Post
U.S. health officials have rejected an attempt by a Swedish company to remove several health warnings from its smokeless tobacco pouches, though regulators left open the possibility for other labeling changes it seeks.
Abortion booklet Texas requires for women cites refuted link to breast cancer | The Dallas Morning News
A revised edition of a booklet presented to women considering an abortion in Texas highlights refuted research that links receiving an abortion to a heightened risk of breast cancer.