10 to watch in 2016

Meyer, Harris
January 2016
Modern Healthcare;1/11/2016, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p0019
Trade Publication
The article features U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as one of 10 people to watch in U.S. healthcare in 2016. It claims that Clinton has been involved in health policy since she led the healthcare reform initiative of former President Bill Clinton's administration in the 1990s. She proposes to help those with prescription-drug and in-home care costs, expand funding for Alzheimer's disease research and let Medicare negotiate prices with drug makers to address drug pricing.


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