October 27, 2016
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The IOM’s scientific declaration that trans fat was unsafe but virtually unavoidable in the food supply should compel government to act. In New York City, we did.
On October 27, the Internal Revenue Service released a number of inflation-adjusted thresholds for 2017. On October 26, CMS released at its REGTAP.info website a 127 slide primer for the 2017 open enrollment period for agents and brokers participating in HealthCare.gov.
Results from an RWJF-funded study highlight many of the tensions that accountable care organizations are currently facing. Premier Inc., in conjunction with three other firms, developed the study.
The response to the Zika outbreak could have been much swifter with an essential tool that Washington has nearly forgotten: the Public Health Emergency Fund.
A Health Affairs Web First compared the extent to which US employers dropped or added employer-sponsored insurance between 2013 and 2014.
October 26, 2016 | Elsewhere@ Health Affairs
Only when physicians and Nurse Practitioners are able to practice to the fullest extent of their education and training will the nation reap the full benefit of expanded access to quality primary care services and a reduction in unnecessary costs to the health care system.
After 14 years of steady growth, the number of newly educated registered nurses in America appears to be leveling off.
October 26, 2016 | Health Professionals
Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization (HCFO), an RWJF program, will soon be drawing to a close after many years. What has AcademyHealth, which has directed HCFO over the years, learned?
What can we learn from the Food and Drug Administration’s controversial approval of the first drug for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)?