A Letter to Our Patients on Racism: In mid-July, a small group of physicians wrote and began to circulate this letter to colleagues across the country. To date, there are over 3500 signers …
The local group for Street Medics, Rust Belt Medics, has trained and mobilized well over 100 volunteers to provide first aid to protesters and others caught up in events at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week. The history of Street Medics dates back to their origins in 1964 in the Civil Rights Movement
“The regulatory process is inadequate and failing the American public. It’s time for the Department of Justice to take a good hard look at what’s going on and do the right thing. These mergers should be stopped.”
Our analysis suggests that high prices for generic and brand-name drugs stem in part from a battle over profit between mammoth industries—big pharma and insurance companies—with consumers caught in the middle.
Will Cigna and Anthem merge? How Health Insurance Companies Pump Money Into Politics (David Sirota, 6/1/16, International Business Times)
This article is a lengthy, but powerful, expose of how massive financial political donations from the big insurance companies corrupt state government regulation with Connecticut as the case study.
The new #IamMedicaid campaign is a grassroots effort to remind Alabama lawmakers and the public of the real people with real lives affected by the state’s ongoing Medicaid funding debate.