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Families USA Comments on “21st Century Cures Act: Establishment of Disincentives for Health Care Providers That Have Committees Information Blocking” Proposed Rule

Families USA submitted comments to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on their proposed rule to establish disincentives for certain providers who participate in the practice of health infor...

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Families USA and 10 undersigned organizations Comment On “Federal Independent Dispute Resolution Operations” Proposed Rule

Families USA and ten undersigned organizations submitted comments to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on their proposed rule regarding Federal Independent Dispute Resolution Operations. T...

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Webinar: Building Political Power to Win Against Health Care Pricing Abuses: Insights from California’s Approach to Tackle Unaffordable Prices

On Tuesday December, 12th Families USA hosted Building Political Power to Win Against Health Care Pricing Abuses: Insights from California’s Approach to Tackle Unaffordable Prices, a webinar highlig...

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Paying the Price: How Drug Manufacturers’ Greed Is Making Health Care Less Affordable for All of Us

Families across America are facing a health care affordability crisis, and the egregiously high costs of prescription drugs play a big part. People are forced to ration or skip their lifesaving and su...

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Letter to Congress on Advancing Bipartisan Same Service Same Price Proposals

Consumers First and Consumers for Fair Hospital Pricing sent a new letter to Congressional leadership urging the 118th Congress to act now to remedy some of the most obvious health system failings by ...

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Medicaid Managed Care: A Multibillion-Dollar Business With Little Oversight

Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) are essential to the U.S. health care system and are responsible for delivering health care services through state Medicaid programs to nearly 60 million Ame...

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Capping Prescription Drug Copays Is Not Enough – Congress Must Help America’s Families by Addressing the Root Causes of High and Rising Drug Costs

The high and rising cost of prescription drugs in the United States is a significant health and economic problem for families in our country. As federal policymakers continue to address this problem, ...

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Big Drug Companies VS. Lower Drug Prices: Breaking Down the Lawsuits

  So, what is really happening with the IRA in the courts? Drug prices in the United States are higher than in any other peer country. People are forced to choose between their medications ...

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2024 State Legislative Outlook: Top 10 Health Policies for Health Advocates’ Agendas in the Year Ahead

Over the last year, health advocates across the country worked with their state policymakers to secure meaningful progress toward our collective goal to improve health equity, bolster health coverage,...

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Letter to President Biden on Implementation of the No Surprises Act

Thirteen leading organizations representing consumers, patients and workers, sent the attached letter to President Biden, supporting his administration's work to successfully implement the No Surprise...

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