Once again Donald Trump has broken a promise. But this one will hurt the same voters who supported him as he promised them lower drug prices.
The Republicans willfully sabotaged the ACA with the intent of killing with a thousand cuts and they knew it meant skyrocketing premiums.
According to a recent Department of HHS analysis, 8 out of 10 people qualify for a health care plans that cost less than $75 each month.
After a turbulent year, open enrollment for individuals who buy their own health insurance begins Nov. 1 and ends Dec. 15.
Valeant increased the price of a life saving old out of patent drug from $27.46 to $880 and another from $26.20 to $1,790.11, an evil act.
There is a broad trend in which even small pharma is turning to high-priced TV to encourage the use of their products. It is not research but advertising.
There could be consequences in AHCA for anyone with a preexisting condition, even those who have maintained continuous insurance coverage.
Trump acknowledged to Time interviewers that health care was not an area of expertise in his previous job. “It was just not high on my list.”
Eight pharmaceutical companies more than doubled their lobbying spending in the first three months of 2017 under Donald Trump regime.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act without replacing it, as some conservative hardliners are demanding, would cost a minimum of 37,127 lives over two years.