Passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act and of the AHCA leaves large holes in the funding of the proposed national approach to infectious disease control.
The challenges to providing optimal levels of healthcare for people using Medicaid systems are many-fold.
Healthcare reform, in its various permutations, has been a political hot potato since before 1993.
A majority of primary care doctors oppose full repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
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