Sequestration. What does it mean, and more importantly, what does it mean to the cancer community?
Some governors steadfast in their decision not to expand Medicaid under healthcare reform are now changing their minds. Why has there been a flip? Because expanding Medicaid makes sense.
We work hard to make sure that your voice—the voice of the patient—is front and center in every policy decision on The Hill and beyond.
The FDA’s recent decision to move certain pain medications from a Schedule III to Schedule II drug will affect those in chronic pain.
Listen to Loyce, Director of Health Policy, talk about how we work to change healthcare systems that impact the lives of people affected by cancer.
Regardless of who is involved in health care reform, the themes of the discussion hardly change: Patient-centeredness. Quality. Value.
This past spring, the health care community came together for a one-of-a-kind event. At TEDMED, …
We hear it time and time again: What gets measured gets done. You can’t …
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has just launched their …
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