Sunday, July 13, 2003

Medicare reform. The Wall Street Journal has an electronic health-care edition that collects print stories about health care, medicine, health policy, etc. in one place, but (as with the basic newspaper web product), it costs money. If you subscribe, you can check out three articles on July 11 that discuss Medicare reform and its potential impact on the Rx drug industry, pharmacy benefit managers, and private health plans. (They are available on the WSJ's "Remaking Medicare" page, which is a good place to visit to prepare for next month's conference committee's attempt to reconcile the competing House and Senate attempts to reform Medicare.) If you don't subscribe, the Kaiser Family Foundation's "Daily Health Policy Report" has a summary of all three articles (for free) on its web page.
posted by tommayo, 12:58 PM

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