President Trump and Obamacare By SAURABH JHA, MD Healthcare reformers, like the wives of King Henry the 8th, have a thankless job. In a curious inversion of the Tudors, President Trump, who has promised to make healthcare great again, finds himself in the same predicament as the King’s sixth wife who knew what she
Marchers carried hand-made signs emblazoned with passionate messages of hope, rage and support for a myriad causes: feminism, climate change, women's healthcare, diversity, LGBTQ rights to name only a few.
Rep. Tom Price's (R-GA) nomination to be Secretary of Health and Human Services should be rejected for two key reasons: first, his truly stunning corruption and second, because he would be a nightmare for the health of millions of Americans. Show More Summary
Scarlett Johansson appeared at the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, giving a passionate speech about the importance of Planned Parenthood and women's healthcare, as well as making an appeal to President Trump to work on behalf of all of his constituents. Johansson began her speech by saying that though ... More »
This article originally appeared on The Motley Fool. While Donald Trump’s agenda is seemingly a mile long, at the top of the list appears to be the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, which you probably know best as Obamacare. Obamacare isn’t a very well-liked health law, nor has it ever...
Obamacare hasn't been the job killer many feared; 'Trumpcare' has the potential to squash jobs.
A comparison of the new Trump White House website with the old Obama one suggests massive differences in focus, including a lack of mention of healthcare, education, poverty, civil rights, senior citizens, and economic mobility.
The new White House website, from which pages on LGBT rights, civil rights, climate change, and healthcare were unceremoniously scrubbed, still contains a page for petitions from the people. The first petition that has been posted? “Immediately… Read The post First Petition on New White House Website Calls on Trump to Immediately Release Tax Returns appeared first on Towleroad.
The top six issues on the site include energy and jobs, but no health coverage.
President Donald Trump’s whitehouse.gov page omitted references to a number of policy issues championed by his predecessor, including climate change, civil rights and healthcare, providing a blueprint for the new administration’s priorities over the next four years. As is customary with the digital...
Immediately after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, some changes were made to the White House's official website and social media accounts. Though the plan to move Barack Obama's tweets as @POTUS to...Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump has only just stepped into office today, and already, the effects of his administration can be seen on the official White House websites. Apparently those effects are, "delete all reference to the issues that this administration intends to ignore."
Dr. David Shulkin is poised to help further improve healthcare for veterans.
Or climate change, or poverty, or healthcare, or LGBTQ people.
The White House LGBT rights page at whitehouse.gov/lgbt has been replaced by a Trump transition page featuring a sign up form for updates from Donald Trump. Also scrubbed: dedicated pages on climate change, civil rights, healthcare.… Read The post The White House LGBT Rights Page Has Been Erased appeared first on Towleroad.
Data sharing in healthcare is a topic I've touched on a number of times recently, with a recent paper from the European Commission highlighting some of the benefits, and challenges, of doing so, with a number of fascinating case studies...Show More Summary
BY MICHAEL MILLENSON Obamacare, at least in its original incarnation, is on its way out. The pressing question now is whether “art of the deal” health care will remain. “The Art of the Deal” is the title of the 1987 best-seller that catapulted real estate developer Donald Trump to national prominence. Although Trump has denounced
Finance, healthcare and city governments are incorporating design thinking in cool ways.
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A hub of wellness-minded eating and innovation at the Brackenridge Campus Central Health, Travis County’s public healthcare network, has grand plans for its Brackenridge Campus. A big component of the blueprints is the proposed public market. Show More Summary