Primary care physicians react to AHCA March 16, 2017 By Keith L. Martin From calling it “a step backward” to “complex and confusing,” primary care physicians told Medical Economics they have doubts about GOP healthcare reform plans. Gottlieb FDA nomination praised Pharmaceutical manufacturers and some consumer groups praised President Donald Trump’s nomination of Dr. Scott Gottlieb as the new FDA commissioner. Healthcare reform must start with physicians, not politicians March 10, 2017 By Keith L. Martin One of President Donald Trump’s first-day priorities—a complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act—remains unfulfilled as we pass his first month in the White House. What the Obamacare repeal bill means for physicians March 10, 2017 By Keith Loria The new bill looks to change how healthcare is financed for people who do not have insurance through their employer, and would eliminate the mandate requiring all Americans to carry health insurance. White men need to do their part and make healthcare safe again March 04, 2017 By Monya De MD MPH Yes, white women voted for Trump in large numbers as well, but, across the country, the Republican leadership primarily relies on the votes of white men. For now, this is the group that is most powerful when it steps up. Trump attempts market stabilization of Obamacare February 17, 2017 By Keith Loria What the proposed changes mean to physicians. Top four healthcare industry changes to watch in 2017 February 03, 2017 By Karen Appold In order to survive as a managed care organization, it’s important to stay on top of policy changes and reimbursement trends. Replacing Obamacare not an easy path for new administration January 26, 2017 By Todd Shryock Dismantling Obamacare was a campaign promise that President Donald Trump intends to keep. President Trump to take healthcare in new direction January 25, 2017 By Jeff Bendix Experts say the impact on policy will likely be greater than on individual physicians and practices Opinion: Why Obamacare is so difficult to repeal January 23, 2017 By Devon Herrick PhD Care for the poor and sick is costly; someone has to pay for it.