For Hepatitis Drugs, Availability Does Not Equal Access
Is the government willing to infringe on drug patents to curb a public health crisis?
Big-City Rules, Without Any Rules
A reformer takes on a major city bureaucracy that has grown accustomed to informal lawmaking procedures.
How Philadelphia Ensured Public Safety During the Pope’s Visit
The Pope did not have to worry about his safety in the City of Brotherly Love last weekend.
States Adopt Private Market Model for Public Health Insurance Programs
An experimental Medicaid program could cut across party lines and provide health care to millions of Americans.
Pennsylvania Seeks New Approach to Long-Term Medicaid Services
State explores Medicaid changes to improve care for the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Supreme Court Ruling Preserves Health Insurance Subsidies
Supreme Court held that Affordable Care Act’s tax credits can apply to Americans in every state.
Electronic Medicare Cards Could Reduce Fraud, Improve Care
GAO report suggests replacing paper Medicare cards with newer technology.
Obamacare Menu Labeling Laws May Pose Challenges for Small Chains
The FDA drafts guidance to help small restaurant and food retail chains comply with new menu labeling rules.
Obama Pushes for Paid Leave Policies for Workers
President tries to push Congress towards more generous paid sick leave for all American workers.
Housing Department Tries to Remedy Past Errors, Prevent Wrongful Foreclosures
HUD policy aims to correct mistaken interpretation of statute causing senior citizens to lose their homes.
Veterans Affairs Department Struggles to Complete Much-Needed Medical Facilities
Delays in several large construction projects raise concerns about agency mismanagement.
Five States Allow Women’s Health Medicaid Programs to Lapse
Low-income women may soon lose access to low-cost or free family planning.