Overlooked health policy stories of 2020 – Part 2
The COVID-19 pandemic defined the majority of the year 2020. But it wasn’t the only story to follow this year, especially in the field of health policy.
In a special extended episode of Health Affairs This Week (the second of two end-of-year episodes), Leslie Erdelack, Vabren Watts and Jessica Bylander discuss some of the stories you may have missed in health policy if you focused most of your attention on the pandemic. The group highlights drug pricing and regulations, the public charge rule, and the increase in health literacy due to the pandemic.
- Administration Finalizes Most-Favored Nation Drug Pricing Rule At The Last Minute
- Administration Finalizes Drug Importation Plans, But Legal and Practical Questions Remain
- Spread Fear: The Announcement Of The Public Charge Rule Reduced Enrollment In Child Safety-Net Programs