Tag Archives: Medicare Advantage

No 'One Drug Per Therapeutic Class' for Congress

by Tom Norton As many of you may recall, earlier this year I commented on a section of the new Obamacare law that directed Members of Congress and their staffs to participate in the new healthcare program, effective January 1, 2014.  The theory was that if Congress mandated Obamacare for all Americans, then Members of […]
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The 'S' Word in Healthcare Reform

by Tom Norton In little more than two years, the main elements of the HCR will take hold across the nation.  As implementation continues to ramp up, one of the more intriguing questions surrounding its activation is, is the “S” word being realized?…That is, “S” as in “savings.” Are the much publicized “savings” that were […]
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