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Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights - August 2016

Oregon’s hospitals see improved financial performance following the ACA; CMS denies Indiana’s request for an additional lockout period in the Medicaid expansion program; and a new Manatt Health report details Medicaid funding...more

Health Alert (Australia) August 1, 2016

In This Issue: - Judgments; Legislation; and Reports. - Excerpts from Judgments: - Victoria 27 July 2016 - Hamm v South Gippsland SC [2016] VCAT 1253 - South Gippsland Shire Council issued a...more

For Golden State, a $1 Billion Tab from Big Pharma to Treat One Disease

Californians have gotten an unpleasant taste of the policy complexities caused when Big Pharma sets sky-high prices for life-changing drugs: State health officials say they need to set aside $1 billion to pay for increasing...more

Are Drug Prices Really Too High?

Those working in the pharmaceutical space are used to hearing complaints about the high costs of drugs, and patents often are blamed for allowing pharmaceutical companies to charge “too much” for their products. But are drug...more

Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights - November 2015 #2

With the election of a new Governor, the future of Kentucky’s Marketplace and Medicaid expansion is uncertain; CMS questions Iowa on its Medicaid managed care transition timeline; and the Supreme Court agrees to hear a case...more

Health Care Update - December 2014 #5

In This Issue: - Hospital-Acquired Infections Hit Hospitals’ Bottom Line - Will a new treatment option for hepatitis C bring down health care costs? - Implementation of the Affordable Care Act -...more

Lab Worker Infects 30. One Incident Or 30?

Thirty patients sued Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire when they came down with hepatitis C. The infection was traced to a single hospital lab employee, David Kwiatkowski. (Needless to say, David is no longer with the...more

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