Podcast: This Week in Managed Care—Executive Order to Lower Drug Prices and Other Health News

August 2, 2020
AJMC Staff

Every week, The American Journal of Managed Care® recaps the top managed care news of the week.

This week, the top managed care news included top pharmaceutical executives refuse to attend a Trump meeting after executive orders on costs; a survey shows concerns about reopening schools, toll of COVID-19 split by party lines, background; a review of 20 years of data concludes vaccines are "remarkably safe."

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Read more about the stories in this podcast:

Trump Signs 4 Executive Orders in Effort to Carry Out Promise to Lower Drug Prices

What We're Reading: Pharma Execs Refuse to Attend Trump Meeting; Kodak Lands $765M US Loan; Persistent COVID-19 Symptoms

Concerns About Reopening Schools, Toll of COVID-19 Split by Party Lines, Background

Review of 20 Years of Data Concludes Vaccines Are "Remarkably Safe"

FDA Gives Truvian Emergency OK for Rapid COVID-19 Antibody Test

Effects of a Community-Based Care Management Model for Super-Utilizers