The people in this Tennessee city might have good reason to agree with President Trump that Obamacare is an “imploding” disaster, given the recent collapse of the state’s individual marketplace. But you wouldn’t know it based on some residents’ pleas to save the Affordable Care Act.
Vermont HIE adds telehealth program info to database | Healthcare IT News
The Vermont Health Information Exchange is now making telemonitoring information available to its participants, enabling healthcare groups in the state to provide in-home telehealth services for patients with complex conditions such as respiratory disorders or heart disease.
In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Donald Trump made a dramatic appeal for lowering the hurdles new medicines face in gaining approval from the Food and Drug Administration. But Trump’s promises – that reduced regulatory standards would result in more cures reaching the market and lower drug prices – may be hard to keep.
Advocates Of Flat-Fee Primary Care See Opening In GOP’s Market-Driven Approach | Kaiser Health News
Back in the day, people paid for routine primary care on their own and used insurance only when something serious came up. Some primary care doctors are betting that model can thrive again through a monthly subscription for routine care and a high-deductible insurance policy to take care of the big stuff.