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Despite their large and growing reach, accountable care organizations (ACOs) are still learning how to manage their populations and are slowly accepting more financial risk, according to the results of the Annual ACO Survey from the National Association of ACOs and Leavitt Partners.
After mentioning it for months, President Donald Trump has officially decided to stop paying the cost-sharing reduction subsidies that help insurers keep premiums down for lower-income Americans.
A study has found that both recreational and non-recreational activity reduces the risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease, regardless of the country's economic status.
Reaffirming their commitment to actively engage patients in regulatory decisions on drug approvals, the FDA held its first Patient Engagement Advisory Committee meeting on October 11.
Choosing a new city can be difficult for people with disabilities. There is a lot to think about, from the cost of a doctor's visit to the employment rate for people with disabilities. WalletHub analyzed and compared 150 of the most populated cities in the United States and ranked them, taking into account the economy, quality of life, and healthcare.
President Donald Trump acted to fulfill one of his earliest campaign promises and said his executive order would increase choices in healthcare for Americans suffering under the "disaster" of Obamacare.
Following the phase 3 ENDEAVOR trial that compared 2 proteasome inhibitors—carfilzomib and bortezomib—in relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma patients, researchers conducted a second interim analysis to compare the overall survival between the 2 groups.
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