La grave escasez de plumas autoinyectoras de epinefrina está afectando los suministros nacionales, e incluso mundiales, de estos dispositivos. Como resultado, algunas farmacias comunitarias se han quedado sin suministros de...
The tax bill, which includes eliminating the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act, has been passed by the Senate and House. As a result, we can expect significant setbacks for millions of Americans' access to high-quality, affordable health care and coverage.
We are extremely disappointed to learn that the funding of the CSR subsidies will cease. This move will contribute to the destabilization of the market, and make millions of Americans concerned about their ability to afford health coverage that gives them access to care through the front door of the American health care system.
The policy changes announced last week by the U.S. Department of Justice will not result in any change to Kaiser Permanente's strong commitment to promoting diversity and a culture of inclusion — among employees, physicians, members and customers.
The block grant proposal in the Graham-Cassidy bill would erode coverage of needed medical services and pose major issues for state budgets. Repealing the individual mandate without alternative incentives for enrollment will lead to fewer people enrolled and higher premiums.