Tag: Prescription Drugs

Recent Key Developments are Major Turning Points in Health Policy

Earlier this month, all eyes were on two major events in the federal health policy world: the outcome of the election and the Supreme Court’s decision in California v. Texas. ...

Health Policy News – Summer 2020

As the nation remains in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, PCG’s Health Policy News team continues to provide readers with updates regarding pandemic-related health policy developments. This year’s summer ...

Payment Notice and Letter to Issuers in the Federally-facilitated Marketplaces Finalized for the 2021 Plan Year  

With filing deadlines quickly approaching, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released final versions of the Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters (NBPP) for 2021 and the 2021 ...

California’s Innovative Approach to Address Rising Pharmaceutical Costs

Addressing rising prescription drug costs has been a top priority for California Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration. Health Policy News reported early in his term about the Governor’s Executive Order that ...

Health Policy News – December 2019

Health Policy News is once again dedicating our December edition to reflecting on the past year’s high-profile healthcare topics—providing context, summarizing recent developments, and predicting what activity is in store ...

2020 Prediction: Continued Focus on Ensuring Access to Healthcare, Prescription Drugs, and Healthy Food to Combat Diet-Related Illness

Over the past year, Health Policy News readers were drawn to topics that were top of mind for many policymakers, as well as articles that detailed innovative solutions to complex ...

Dishing from the 32nd National Academy of State Health Policy Annual Conference (#NASHPCONF19)

The Health Policy News team continued our summer conference travels and spent time in Chicago from August 21st-23rd at the 32nd Annual #NASHPCONF19. While we heard from many of our ...

Legislation aimed at Health Care Costs Advances in Congress

Unlike many topics under discussion in Congress this year, the issue of health care costs is a priority across party lines. With bills pending in both the U.S. House of ...