It comes down to questionable methodology.
Unlike in the U.S., health insurance in Germany doesn’t cover birth control. Advocates here say that causes health problems — but change is unlikely.
The president’s outline of key health policy concerns touched on a variety of hot-button issues from drug prices to immigration.
No son como CVS, Rite Aid o Walgreens, las que tienes a la vuelta de la esquina. Die Apotheke, como se llama aquí a una farmacia, vende casi exclusivamente medicamentos.
Germany’s pharmacies provide insights into the country’s low drug prices and strict regulations. But they’re still businesses.
When it comes to physician-administered infusion drugs, doctors sometimes have a financial reason for their choice and patients often aren’t aware of cheaper options.
The Americans for Tax Reform commercial takes too broad a brush against an initiative under consideration by the administration that would be part of the president’s promise to curb high drug prices.
Did the Affordable Care Act create equal coverage of mental and physical health? Seems true on paper but not always in practice.
Though the candidates tended to agree on the end goal of universal coverage, differences emerged over how to get there.
At the first Democratic presidential primary debate, former U.S. lawmaker John Delaney outlined his opposition to “Medicare for All” by claiming it would prove fatal for hospitals. It’s really not that simple.