Category Archives: Legislation

Healthcare Reform – Where Are We? – An Invitation

Over the past three decades, we have gone from Hillarycare to Obamacare to Trumpcare. The mere fact that healthcare is characterized by the names of public figures is testament to the extreme politicization of an important public policy issue. The … Continue reading

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New Directions for FDA, Part 2 – Regulatory Matters

In Part 1 about change facing FDA, we looked at the 21st Century Cures Act and some of the change that would be in store for FDA. But in this post-election cycle, there is more than pending legislation that could … Continue reading

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New Directions for FDA, Part 1 – 21st Century Cures

One of the often stated priorities for lame-duck Congress has been voting on the 21st Century Cures Act. In a press release from Saturday, November 26 from the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the House is set to vote on … Continue reading

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Local Ballot Initiatives Impacting Health and Healthcare

There is a good deal of commentary about what happened at the nationally in this year’s election cycle. But a good deal happened at the state level as well – things that will impact healthcare and may influence how other … Continue reading

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This is Your State, This is Your State on Drugs

I always enjoy doing a periodic check in on what states are doing when it comes to healthcare issues. Utilizing the excellent data base resources at the National Conference of State Legislatures, one can examine numerous categories of legislation that … Continue reading

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