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Vaccine privileges would allow those who can show immunity to COVID-19 access to certain high-risk activities. USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy conducted a survey to understand the general public’s views on the topics.
What Can Be Done to Improve All-Payer Claims Databases?
A new report that discusses important limitations with all-payer claims database (APCD) along with actions federal policymakers can take to resolve these limitations.
High Air Ambulance Charges Concentrated in Private Equity- Owned Carriers
Private equity firm-owned air ambulance services charge markedly higher rates than other types of providers of the same service, according to new research.
A Supreme Court Decision to Strike Down the ACA Would Create Chaos in the Healthcare System
On November 10, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in California v. Texas, the case in which the Trump Administration and a group of Attorneys General are challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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