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Opinion: Vulnerable Patients Are Being Squeezed By Middlemen Schemes – Inside Sources

The dust has settled on the midterm elections, and we are back to an era of divided government. Healthcare continues to take center stage as many Americans struggle to afford prescription drugs, and efforts to increase patients’ access, improve accessibility, and lower the cost of prescriptions remain unresolved. The current environment is a ripe opportunity for policymakers

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Opinion – Congress Should Ask: Does Health Care Policy Put Patients First?

As the U.S. faces many urgent and emergent challenges, including COVID-19 and the economic downturn the virus has caused, Congress clearly has a lot on its plate. In this chaotic climate, lawmakers will need to carefully prioritize the issues they address, balancing attention to crisis with action on long-needed reforms. Advocates for the chronically ill

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Opinion: Rebate Rule Will Hold Middlemen Accountable

COVID-19 has exposed a variety of inadequacies in America’s healthcare system that leave our most vulnerable populations at risk. First and foremost is the cost of prescription medications, a significant barrier to high-quality care for seniors living on fixed incomes and those who have lost jobs or seen wages decline. As such, it is critical