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August 11, 2017

Tackling the high price of medications in PA: Why target 340B, a program for vulnerable patients and hospitals?

Jolene Calla

Pennsylvanians, like all Americans, are concerned about how much they pay for prescription drugs. Ta...


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July 10, 2017

How Congress’s plan for health care could affect Benjamin’s life

Paula Bussard

Meet Benjamin of Shavertown, PA. Thanks to his Medicaid nurse, Benjamin is living and thriving with ...


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June 06, 2017

Overdose Survivors in the ER: Seizing Opportunity within Tragedy

Michael Consuelos

Hospital emergency rooms across the state are working to realize the potential for opportunity withi...


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April 25, 2017

My double life in education and health care: Do we want equality or equity?

Paula Bussard

This picture depicts the difference between equality and equity. The illustration is quite famili...


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March 03, 2017

4 ways Obamacare has improved the insurance you get through work—and without driving up premiums

Andy Carter

Obamacare (officially, the Affordable Care Act) gave a big helping hand to one in 12 Pennsylvanians ...


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December 23, 2016

Are We Ready to Honor the Promise of “Free” Depression Screenings for Teens?

Andy Carter

One in ten Pennsylvania teenagers has suffered from a major depressive episode during the past year&...


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