July 10 – July 30, 2018
The purpose of this bulletin is to compile a handful of articles relating to health care coverage in the United States that are most pertinent to LIUNA and its health and welfare funds. We hope you find this biweekly bulletin helpful and informative.
When you go to your doctor's office, sometimes it seems the caregivers spend more time gathering data about you than treating you as a patient.
The Trump administration is preparing a regulation that would allow the resumption of billions of dollars in payments to health insurers in Obamacare.
Dr. Maryann E. Amirshahi was on her way to work at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday morning, hoping her eight-hour shift would be filled with all of the medications she needed to do her job.
In a new public service ad, drugmaker Purdue Pharma suggested that taking opioids such as its painkiller OxyContin even as prescribed can prove dangerous — then appeared to backtrack a few days later.
The Trump administration is hitting back against advocates of “Medicare for all” even as the proposal gains momentum among left-leaning Democrats in this election year.
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The Labor Department said the plans will not deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions or charge them more, and will help employers control health care costs.