Tag Archives: Kathleen Sebelius
By Jill Wechsler | Published: May 29, 2014
This blog previously ran on Managed Healthcare Executive. The Obama administration received a substantial amount of good news last month. Not only did 8 million individuals enroll in qualified health plans, millions more joined Medicaid or obtained coverage through private markets. Additionally, health reform will cost $100 billion less than anticipated, according to the Congressional […]
By Guest Blogger | Published: February 1, 2013
by Tom Norton This past week or so, with Obamacare’s start up less than a year away, we have been treated to several entertaining vignettes as the nation’s governors begin to wrestle with the realities of the new healthcare law.
By Ben Comer | Published: August 29, 2012
Last Friday, an appellate court upheld an earlier judgment allowing government to fund embryonic stem cell research for the development of new therapies. Biotechs and advocacy groups cheered the decision but uncertainty remains, in large part due to the possibility of a Romney administration in the White House.
By admin | Published: September 2, 2009
Image by Getty Images via Daylife Pfizer, on Wednesday, agreed to pay $2.3 billion to end a US Department of Justice investigation citing the company for illegal off-label marketing tactics related to a number of products. It represents the largest single settlement of its type for a pharmaceutical company, topping Lilly’s $1.4 billion Zyprexa settlement […]