A one-size-fits-all approach to health care is dangerous for Californians.
Lawmakers in South Dakota and Louisiana didn’t let the coronavirus derail their efforts to protect patients.
Stress is a common response to skin conditions. It may also be making those skin conditions worse.
A new bill introduced in the U.S. Senate would curb the health plan practice of requiring patients to try and fail an insurer-preferred drug before getting the one their doctor prescribed.
The federal government has given Medicare plans a new tool to negotiate lower prescription drug prices. But it could have the unintended consequence of limiting patients’ access to some medications.
A congressional effort to improve patients’ access to treatment is generating widespread enthusiasm in the advocacy community.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed into law a bill that protects patients from step therapy, marking a victory for advocates in the state.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence has signed into law a bill restricting the use of step therapy – following in the footsteps of California, Maryland, New Hampshire and other states that have tackled the issue.
Step therapy, or “fail first,” does what it sounds like, explains a new video from the Alliance for Patient Access.
UnitedHealthcare patients received welcome news this past week: the insurance provider has retracted its proposal to stop accepting co-pay assistance coupons.