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66 Total Stories (Displaying articles 1 - 20)

For Patients' Rights, a Quiet Fadeaway: Hill Partisanship And HMO Changes Cooled a Crusade (Post, Sept. 12, 2003)

Medicaid Plan Gives More Say To States: Bush Seeks to Alter Health Care for Poor (Post, Feb. 1, 2003)

In a Test, HHS Seeks To Aid Medicare PPOs (Post, Aug. 28, 2002)

Health Care Woes Boost Generics Bill: When House Gets Its Turn, Benefits to Brand-Name Drug Makers Could Erode (Post, Aug. 16, 2002)

HHS Issues Privacy Rules For Use of Health Records: Industry Pleased, Patient Advocates Not (Post, Aug. 10, 2002)

Patients' Rights Talks Hit Impasse: Prospects Poor as White House, Key Senators Fail to Agree (Post, Aug. 2, 2002)

Drug Plan for Seniors Defeated: Senate Rejects Compromise Effort by Democrats (Post, Aug. 1, 2002)

Senate Democrats Seek Votes for Drug Benefit (Post, July 31, 2002)

Senate Votes to Allow Drug Reimportation: U.S.-Made Pharmaceuticals Could Be Shipped From Canada at Lower Cost (Post, July 18, 2002)

Senate Divided Over Rival Plans For Prescription Drug Coverage (Post, July 17, 2002)

HHS Study on Drug Coverage Warns of Too Much Regulation (Post, July 11, 2002)

House Backs GOP Drug Plan For Seniors: Democrats Attack Bill; Senate Battle Looms (Post, June 29, 2002)

House Approves Prescription Drug Plan: Democrats Assail GOP Proposal; Vote Reveals Republican Rift (Post, June 28, 2002; 2:37 AM)

House Nears Vote on Prescription Drug Plan: Hastert Lobbying of Republican Faction on Aid Proposal Reveals Internal GOP Struggle (Post, June 28, 2002)

Pace of Patients' Bill Frustrates Lawmaker (Post, June 7, 2002)

The High Cost of Medicaid Drugs (Post, April 9, 2002)

Medical Privacy Changes Proposed: Bush Plan Would Lessen Patients' Say on Records (Post, March 22, 2002)

GAO Tests Value of Drug Discount Cards: Savings Less Than 10%, Study Shows (Post, Jan. 4, 2002)

Building an Electronic Network of Care: Group Seeks to Cut Medical Errors by Sharing Information While Guarding Privacy (Post, Dec. 12, 2001)

More HMOs Quit Medicare Plan: About 536,000 Elderly Will Lose Coverage Next Year (Post, Sept. 22, 2001)


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