"You promised, without specifics, to use trade policies so that foreign countries would pay their 'fair share.' Let's be blunt: Your idea is half-baked. Why? Because it is much more complicated than you think."
The uncertainty has one group of people, the homeless, especially concerned. Many received health coverage for the first time under Obamacare; now they're worried it will disappear.
Nearly 100 founders and leaders of biotechnology companies have signed a letter rebuking President Donald Trump for the immigration restrictions he put in place through an executive order on January 27. The letter is being published by Nature Biotech, a top scientific journal.
AHRQ gives Johns Hopkins $4 million to improve surgical outcomes | Healthcare Finance
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality a nearly $4 million contract, in collaboration with the American College of Surgeons, to improve surgical outcomes and experiences for patients nationwide.
Drugmaker Kaleo Raises Price Of Lifesaving Drug By Thousands | Kaiser Health news
A company that makes a life-saving auto-injector for opioid drug overdoses has raised its prices significantly. Kaiser Health News reporter Shefali Luthra talks to NPR's Scott Simon about the firm's strategy.