GOP Ready to Take on Health Reform: The Policy & Practice Podcast

The dust is still settling from the midterm elections and the newly elected members of Congress and the Senate, as well as governors, attorneys general, and other officials won’t start work until January, but that hasn’t stopped Republicans from getting busy with plans to overhaul or slow down health reform.

Courtesy Flickr Creative Commons user wmrice

While House GOP leaders formulate legislative strategies, state officials continue to pursue change through the courts.

Physicians, meanwhile, are starting their press for relief from Medicare fee cuts due to take effect on Dec. 1.

All this and more in this week’s installment of the Policy & Practice podcast.

— Alicia Ault (on Twitter @aliciaault)

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Filed under Health Policy, health reform, IMNG, Podcast

One response to “GOP Ready to Take on Health Reform: The Policy & Practice Podcast

  1. Nice article. I think you got nice data about the people or the things going on about the medical industry..

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