In the 1970s, a major change in diabetic medical care came about when patients were encouraged to self-monitor their condition. The ideas was to have them spend less time at doctors’ offices, and give them a sense of empowerment in the treatment of their disease. Today, self-monitoring is being recommended for a host of other conditions, from heart disease to mood disorders. Only there’s a teensy, weensy problem: diabetics hate, hate, hate monitoring their conditions, leading to depression and other complications.
Kim Buckey says there are forces that could limit the new ICHRA program's appeal.
HHS wants drugmakers to put the full list prices of drugs in their ads.
The current expiration date for the provision is Sept. 30.
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