Updates

May 28

Supply Shortages and High Costs Limit Access to Popular Diabetes Drugs

Tandra Cooper Harris and her husband, Marcus, both have diabetes and require medications to control their blood sugar.

May 28

Hospitals’ New Strategy: Pay Before You Stay

As health care costs continue to rise, hospitals across the United States are adopting a controversial strategy:

May 28

Rochester Health System Halts Suing Patients Over Medical Bills

In a move towards more compassionate health care, one health system in New York is changing its policy and is going to

Apr 29

Unraveling The Evolution of Patient-Physician Email Messaging

We all know how easy it is to get in touch with a doctor nowadays – all it takes is a quick call or the push of a

Apr 29

Health Care Costs are a Big Concern for Americans

For years, health care costs have remained a pressing concern for American families, shaping business and household

Apr 29

Navigating the Maze of Prescription Drug Costs: Are State Boards Making a Difference?

In the ongoing saga of rising prescription drug costs, state boards were created to curb these expenses – and many

Mar 29

Price Watch: Company Vows to Cut Costs of Inhalers

As more Americans worry about health care costs, one pharmaceutical company is going to cap out-of-pocket costs on

Mar 29

Colorado Wants to Import Cheaper Drugs; Big Pharma and Government Bureaucrats Don’t Like the Idea

We all know that prescription drugs cost too much. One state is trying to do something about it but with little

Mar 5

Paying for Paperwork

Are you prepared to pay your doctor for administrative tasks, such as filling out forms or answering emails? According

Mar 5

Navigating Medicare: One Family’s $81,000 Ambulance Bill

Voices for Affordable Health often shares stories from people who skip prescriptions or doctor’s visits because of



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