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We are very pleased to feature a guest blog post from Mary Woolley, President and CEO, Research!America, about support for medical innovation and why it is an important issue for the majority of likely voters during this year's election.
Below is a short Q&A that the Healthcare Leadership Council just posted on the Medicare Part D Open Enrollment process. Given our ongoing focus on Part D and helping seniors access resources to ensure a seamless experience, we are including the Q&A here:
Yesterday PhRMA sponsored a New England Healthcare Institution (NEHI) roundtable about improving patient adherence to thei
Our President and CEO John Castellani was published in the New York Times' Letters to the Editor this morning, in response to a
I've been a contributor on our very own blog, the Catalyst, for a year now. I try my best to write interesting blog posts that pertain to the incredible work biopharmaceutical scientists do to help improve patient care in the U.S. and around the world.
This morning, British scientist John Gurdon shared one of two Nobel Prizes awarded this year in physiology and medicine. Dr.
In this month's issue of Psychology Today, there was a good read about the psychological impact of having a rare disease, 'The Loneliest Fight', profiling four patients' experience with very differe
Medicare Today has released its 2012 beneficiary satisfaction survey results today and to put it simply, seniors love Medicare Part D.