One of President Donald Trump’s first-day priorities—a complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act—remains unfulfilled as we pass his first month in the White House.
Keith L. Martin
With rapid change coming from the nation’s capital, doctors are wondering what it means to their practices
For physicians, this sort of uncertainty is business as usual.
Two former CMS administrators discussed the future of healthcare reform as well as the agency they once oversaw at HIMSS17.
Physicians have always had to be keenly aware of changes in healthcare, from new innovations to updated approaches to patient care. But these days, palliative care internist Amy Davis, DO, is also keeping one eye on healthcare policy developments emanating from Washington, D.C.
You may blame it for the results of the presidential election. You may see it as the byproduct of the Internet run amok.
ONC Coordinator B. Vindell Washington, MD, reflects on leading U.S. health IT efforts and what’s next
The Affordable Care Act as we know it is about to meet its end.
President-elect Donald J. Trump campaigned on a promise to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act with better health plans and healthcare for all Americans.
Face it: Patients today are OK with not seeing a physician when it comes to their care.