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Despite Drug Industry Claims, Higher List Prices Do Mean Higher Out-of-Pocket Costs for Many Patients

New research suggests that as the list price of brand name drugs rise, so do out-of-pocket medical costs for these drugs—at least for some patients. This is counter to a common industry claim that patients aren’t affected by list price increases. The study found a link between list prices rising and out-of-pocket…Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Medicare, Martin Shkreli, Daraprim, Turing Pharmaceuticals, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Industry, Drug Pricing, Prescription drug, Health Sciences, U S Healthcare, Healthcare Reform In The United States, Pharmaceuticals Policy, Health Medical Pharma, Benjamin Rome

BENCHMARK®, a global hospitality company, Celebrates the Nation’s Essential Heroes by Extending Lowest Employee Rates to U.S. Healthcare and First Responder Personnel Throughout 2020

BENCHMARK®, a global hospitality company, announces that its managed hotels within its two luxury brands, Benchmark Resorts & Hotels and Gemstone Collection, are offering lowest employee accommodation rates to the Essential Heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic, extending throughout 2020. These rates, previously exclusive to Benchmark employees and their families, are now extended to the essential frontline healthcare and first responder heroes of the COVID-19 crisis in the United States. Inclu...
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Advent sees opportunity in healthcare payments, corporate carveouts

On the heels of its eighth healthcare deal of the year, senior members of Advent International told Buyouts the firm is eyeing opportunities for future deal-making involving U.S. healthcare payments companies and corporate carve-outs from Europe’s large cap drugmakers. “Competition is fierce and it requires us to pick our spots,” said John Maldonado, Advent Managing Partner and head of North American healthcare efforts. “We’re not trying to cover the waterfront.” The Advent playbook? “Let’s not ...
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Global Markets: Stocks erase weekly gains on lackluster manufacturing data

A gauge of global stocks erased this week's gains on Thursday after underwhelming manufacturing surveys from Asia and Europe and continued weakness in U.S. healthcare shares spurred profit-taking ahead of an extended Easter holiday weekend.
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Report: Southern California ports will suffer if trade war with China continues

Southern California’s ports are beginning to feel the sting of the trade war between the U.S. and China, and things could worsen if the dispute continues, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast. The tit-for-tat exchange intensified Monday when the U.S. and China imposed new tariffs on each other’s products. U.S. regulators imposed a 10 percent tax on a $200 billion list of 5,745 Chinese imports, including bicycles and furniture. China’s customs agency responded by beginning to collect ta...
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