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Telehealth’s Success During COVID-19 Shows Need to Empower Health Care Innovators

The COVID-19 crisis has tested America’s health care system like no other event in recent memory. One irony during this pandemic is that America has actually experienced the promise of health care innovation in an important way, namely through telehealth. Telehealth allows patients to talk with their doctors online using ...
Commentary

We must relax restrictions on foreign doctors

The Trump administration just made it a bit easier for foreign doctors to join the fight against the coronavirus. This month, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services authorized foreign doctors in the Conrad 30 program to conduct telehealth visits across state lines. Previously, these doctors — up to 30 per state ...
Commentary

COVID-19 Reveals The Power Of Deregulation

One of the most effective policy responses to COVID-19 thus far has not been a new government program or infusion of federal funding. Rather, it’s been the deliberate effort by the Trump administration to pare back regulations impeding access to health care. That work must continue after the pandemic passes. ...
Commentary

Coronavirus causes financial crisis for hospitals and doctors – Patients lose vital care

While many heroic doctors, nurses and other health care professionals are working long hours and risking their lives to treat COVID-19 patients, others have seen their workloads and hospital occupancy rates drop dramatically as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This has created a financial crisis and endangered public health. ...
Coronavirus

Sally Pipes – The Push for Government-Run Health Care During the Coronavirus Crisis

PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Studies Sally C. Pipes is back to discuss some of the health care challenges that have popped up during the coronavirus crisis, including a renewed push for single-payer and calls for prescription drug price controls and a “Buy America” ...
Commentary

Coronavirus lockdown unleashes potential of this form of medicine

Ninety-five percent of the country is currently under a stay-at-home order, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. So for those in need of a check-up, or a prescription refill, or a quick look at some swelling around a child’s eye, a virtual visit to the doctor may be the best option. ...
Coronavirus

Sally C. Pipes Talks Coronavirus, Telehealth Benefits on the Jim Bohannon Show

The Jim Bohannon Show interviews Sally C. Pipes about the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic, including the expanded use of telehealth for underserved and rural areas. Pipes explains the importance of telehealth as we start to move past COVID-19 and the role telehealth could pay in more affordable health ...
Commentary

Telehealth should stay long after COVID-19 goes

The new coronavirus outbreak has put enormous pressure on the American health care system. In response, federal officials and private insurers have rushed to improve patient access to video consultations and other forms of virtual care. It may have taken a public health emergency to bring “telehealth” to the mainstream, ...
Drug Pricing

Wayne Winegarden Drug Pricing Study Featured in Healthcare Finance News

Drug supply chain, pricing system reforms will slash healthcare costs, says PRI By Jeff Lagasse As the Trump administration pushes for price caps and government controls to address prescription drug prices, a new issue brief released by the Center for Medical Economics and Innovation at the Pacific Research Institute contends ...
Commentary

How Big-Box Retailers Can Revitalize Rural Health Care

There’s a surefire, and perhaps unlikely, way to bolster access to health care for underserved Americans—at the shopping mall. Millions of Americans struggle to get affordable, timely medical care. Roughly one-quarter of rural Americans haven’t been able to get needed care at some point in recent years, according to a May 2019 ...
Commentary

Telehealth’s Success During COVID-19 Shows Need to Empower Health Care Innovators

The COVID-19 crisis has tested America’s health care system like no other event in recent memory. One irony during this pandemic is that America has actually experienced the promise of health care innovation in an important way, namely through telehealth. Telehealth allows patients to talk with their doctors online using ...
Commentary

We must relax restrictions on foreign doctors

The Trump administration just made it a bit easier for foreign doctors to join the fight against the coronavirus. This month, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services authorized foreign doctors in the Conrad 30 program to conduct telehealth visits across state lines. Previously, these doctors — up to 30 per state ...
Commentary

COVID-19 Reveals The Power Of Deregulation

One of the most effective policy responses to COVID-19 thus far has not been a new government program or infusion of federal funding. Rather, it’s been the deliberate effort by the Trump administration to pare back regulations impeding access to health care. That work must continue after the pandemic passes. ...
Commentary

Coronavirus causes financial crisis for hospitals and doctors – Patients lose vital care

While many heroic doctors, nurses and other health care professionals are working long hours and risking their lives to treat COVID-19 patients, others have seen their workloads and hospital occupancy rates drop dramatically as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This has created a financial crisis and endangered public health. ...
Coronavirus

Sally Pipes – The Push for Government-Run Health Care During the Coronavirus Crisis

PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Studies Sally C. Pipes is back to discuss some of the health care challenges that have popped up during the coronavirus crisis, including a renewed push for single-payer and calls for prescription drug price controls and a “Buy America” ...
Commentary

Coronavirus lockdown unleashes potential of this form of medicine

Ninety-five percent of the country is currently under a stay-at-home order, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. So for those in need of a check-up, or a prescription refill, or a quick look at some swelling around a child’s eye, a virtual visit to the doctor may be the best option. ...
Coronavirus

Sally C. Pipes Talks Coronavirus, Telehealth Benefits on the Jim Bohannon Show

The Jim Bohannon Show interviews Sally C. Pipes about the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic, including the expanded use of telehealth for underserved and rural areas. Pipes explains the importance of telehealth as we start to move past COVID-19 and the role telehealth could pay in more affordable health ...
Commentary

Telehealth should stay long after COVID-19 goes

The new coronavirus outbreak has put enormous pressure on the American health care system. In response, federal officials and private insurers have rushed to improve patient access to video consultations and other forms of virtual care. It may have taken a public health emergency to bring “telehealth” to the mainstream, ...
Drug Pricing

Wayne Winegarden Drug Pricing Study Featured in Healthcare Finance News

Drug supply chain, pricing system reforms will slash healthcare costs, says PRI By Jeff Lagasse As the Trump administration pushes for price caps and government controls to address prescription drug prices, a new issue brief released by the Center for Medical Economics and Innovation at the Pacific Research Institute contends ...
Commentary

How Big-Box Retailers Can Revitalize Rural Health Care

There’s a surefire, and perhaps unlikely, way to bolster access to health care for underserved Americans—at the shopping mall. Millions of Americans struggle to get affordable, timely medical care. Roughly one-quarter of rural Americans haven’t been able to get needed care at some point in recent years, according to a May 2019 ...
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