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Officials remove special rules for gene therapy experiments

By Associated Press  |  August 16, 2018

A special National Institutes of Health oversight panel will no longer review all gene therapy applications and will instead take on a broader advisory role, as the treatment quickly becomes an established form of medical care with no extraordinary risks.

Q&A with AHA Board Chair Nancy Howell Agee on sharing industry best practices

Q&A with AHA Board Chair Nancy Howell Agee on sharing industry best practices

By Matthew Weinstock  |  August 11, 2018

The American Hospital Association in September will launch its Center for Health Innovation, which aims to spread best practices across the membership. AHA Board Chair Nancy Howell Agee has been a key driver behind the association's efforts to address innovation.

States draw sharp limits on association health plans

States draw sharp limits on association health plans

By Harris Meyer  |  August 07, 2018

State insurance regulators have expressed confusion and worry over the Trump administration's new rule expanding association plans, with some issuing emergency rules and guidances limiting their operations.

FDA gives drugmakers new ways to prove opioid disorder treatments work

FDA gives drugmakers new ways to prove opioid disorder treatments work

By Steven Ross Johnson  |  August 06, 2018

The FDA has noticeably shifted its approach to drug approval, releasing new recommendations that give drug developers a wider array of outcome measures to prove the efficacy of new medication-assisted treatments for opioid use disorder.

Uncompensated-care audits coming in fall

Uncompensated-care audits coming in fall

By Tara Bannow  |  August 04, 2018

The CMS' payment formula in the first year places increased scrutiny on hospitals' charity care and bad debt reporting, but the agency isn't offering much detail on the audit process, which begins this fall.

Week Ahead: Will the 2020 Census include a citizenship question?

Week Ahead: Will the 2020 Census include a citizenship question?

By Matthew Weinstock  |  August 04, 2018

Investors and journalists will be waiting to see if Tenet Project Japan will shed any more light on plans to sell off assets, Cardinal Health will report both its fourth-quarter and year-end results for fiscal 2018 and comments are due on proposed changes to the 2020 Census.

HHS keeping current Title X grantees, but plaintiffs skeptical

HHS keeping current Title X grantees, but plaintiffs skeptical

By Susannah Luthi  |  August 02, 2018

HHS announced it will maintain Title X family planning funding for all current grantees as well as 12 new program entrants amid Planned Parenthood's pending lawsuit over the Trump administration's new grant criteria.

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