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The Looming Mental Health Pandemic

August 16, 2021

Millions of Americans will need help recovering from the psychological traumas of the pandemic, so lawmakers should act quickly to improve mental health care policy.

Commonsense State Rules Ease Access to Biosimilars

August 11, 2021

Health care in the United States has quietly turned a big corner. Just as the FDA approved its first interchangeable biosimilar, Oklahoma became the 50th and final state where pharmacists can substitute these lower-cost versions of biologic drugs.

States Gut Telemedicine Policies Amid Delta Variant

August 10, 2021

Even as the Delta variant upends the country’s “return to normalcy,” some states are dismantling policies that keep telemedicine accessible. The move could undermine care and put patients at risk.

Hepatitis Can’t Wait

July 28, 2021

Every 30 seconds a person dies from a hepatitis-related illness. That startling statistic underscores the urgency to test, treat and cure people with viral hepatitis, who often face dangerous delays.

The Cost of Switching Heart Patients’ Medication

July 27, 2021

Cardiovascular disease reigns supreme as America’s top killer, claiming 655,000 lives each year. But instead of prioritizing care for heart conditions, health plans regularly switch up patients’ medications in an attempt to boost profits.