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HHS and NASA Team Up to Explore Health on Earth and Outer Space

My father was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War and he shared his fascination with planes, NASA and anything to do with space with me. One of my first memories was of watching a rerun with him of Neil Armstrong’s landing on the Moon. Even though my career has kept me Earth-bound, dealing with health and human services at HHS, I’ve remained fascinated with space. I have no regrets, but, interestingly, my job at HHS occasionally gives me the opportunity to interact with space issues. Recently...


How the IPI Model Would Introduce New Market Competition

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently asked the public: “How can we get drug companies to give American doctors and patients better deals on Medicare Part B drugs” Somehow, that has led to accusations of importing price controls, threatening patient access, and jeopardizing new cures. It’s time to set the record straight. Medicare isn’t proposing to set prices in Medicare Part B; it already sets prices in Medicare Part B. CMS isn’t proposing to import foreign price cont...


Proposed Changes Lower Drug Prices Medicare Advantage Part D

From day one, President Trump has made it clear that lowering prescription drug costs is a top priority. In May, the President released his drug-pricing blueprint, which includes the most sweeping set of policies to lower drug prices ever put forth by an administration. HHS has been hard at work to make the President’s vision a reality – because the status quo is simply unacceptable. Today the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced proposed changes to Medicare Part D to low...


Celebrating National Rural Health Day

More than 60 million Americans live in rural communities—small towns, farming communities and villages—which are the social and economic backbone of the nation. Yet while these communities may be great places to live and work, they have their own special healthcare challenges. Rural residents tend to be older and in poorer health than their urban counterparts. They experience greater rates of chronic disease than other U.S. populations. And they have few resources to deal with their medical and ...


Researchers Explore Health Effects of E-Cigarettes

It’s not uncommon these days to see people using electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) in restaurants, bars and parks, all while huge plumes of aerosol swirl around them. Also known as “vaping,” the use of these  hand-held devices has become common, and some teenagers, according to the CDC and FDA, are their biggest fans: More than 2 million middle and high school students use the products, which come in assorted flavors and forms, from devices that resemble regular cigarettes to those that resem...


IHS Announces a New Policy to Expand Access to Medication

American Indian and Alaska Native communities across the country are being impacted by the opioid epidemic. IHS is working in partnership with tribes to prevent opioid misuse, treat addiction, and support recovery. This includes promoting safe and effective therapies to help patients stop the inappropriate use of pain medications. The Indian Health Service is pleased to announce the release of a new Internet Eligible Controlled Substance Provider Designation policy that is designed to increase ...


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