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August 11, 2017

Tackling the high price of medications in PA: Why target 340B, a program for vulnerable patients and hospitals?

Jolene Calla

Pennsylvanians, like all Americans, are concerned about how much they pay for prescription drugs. Ta...


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November 28, 2016

Congress and New President Must Approach ACA Repeal and Replace Carefully; Moving Too Quickly Could Be a Disaster

Andy Carter

A few months ago, I wrote an opinion piece “Old System, Old Rules Don’t Apply to New Hea...


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December 15, 2015

Health Care Research Can Be Patient-Centric Too

Guest Blogger

When we think about the health care research process, we usually think about scientists and other re...


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August 25, 2015

Health Care Is Changing as We Speak. Why Are We Considering Mandates Based on Yesterday’s Model of Care?

Paula Bussard

With Pennsylvania’s health care landscape evolving so quickly, are we making the best use of our tim...


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April 02, 2015

Why More Health Coverage Does Not Necessarily Mean Less Uncompensated Care

Andy Carter

Health coverage and uncompensated care are opposing forces, right? As the number of people with cove...


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November 19, 2014

Availability Does Not Ensure Access: Unlocking Pennsylvanians’ Access to Health Insurance

Guest Blogger

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made health insurance available to millions of Americans. But maki...


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