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Two separate analyses completed by the Commonwealth Fund and an economist at the Rand Corporation of proposed health care plans from Hillary Clinton ...
For starters, the idea that Clinton - the woman who, in 2008, argued that President Obama's health care plans were too modest - wants to keep government out of health care decisions is worthy of 8,000 Pinocchios. While one hopes that those who are ...
More than 60 million Americans tuned into the second presidential debate and saw Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off against one another on healthcare. The two candidates exchanged barbs that left many Americans wondering whether ...
With the election just weeks away, Hillary Clinton seems certain she's got the job wrapped up - and her health care team may be already taking shape. A group of politicians and health officials apparently being considered for her team was cited in an ...
There are 42.5 million Americans who suffering from some form of mental illness. That's roughly 18 percent of the country suffers from anything bipolar disorder to depression or even schizophrenia.

"If there are opportunities for bipartisanship, Hillary would be well-served to think through whether her key appointments in healthcare would help promote that bipartisanship," said Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA, a liberal advocacy ...
MIAMI (CBSMiami) - President Barack Obama arrived in South Florida Thursday ready to pitch health care and Hillary Clinton. The first stop was Miami Dade College, where the commander-in-chief touted his signature achievement providing health ...
Eric Sapp of the American Values Network recently argued in The Christian Post that Hillary Clinton and her party's policies are the best fit for pro-lifers who prefer life-affirming action to mere talk.
Wade, and I will defend women's rights to make their own health care decisions," she said. When moderator Chris Wallace pressed her on "how far" she'd take abortion rights when it comes to late-term procedures, Clinton explained why she voted against a ...
If Hillary Clinton wins the presidency Nov. 8, she will quickly name people to top health policy positions who are diverse in gender, race, and ethnicity; have sharp political and administrative skills; and can work in a bipartisan way, Democratic ...
During the second presidential debate last Sunday, Republican candidate Donald Trump said that Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton wants to embrace a single-payer health insurance system that's similar to Europe or Canada. Replacing private insurance ...
When former President Bill Clinton called parts of Obamacare "crazy," he put his wife Hillary Clinton on the defensive and gave much-needed ammunition to her Republican rival for the presidency, Donald Trump, who wants to scrap it.
The health-care industry has donated millions of dollars to Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. For some of the Democratic nominee's left-wing skeptics, this fact suggests that Clinton's advocacy for the public option and combating price-gouging in the ...
In addition to the struggles that the entire market had in the earlier part of the year, politics have also been a big factor in the struggles healthcare stocks have been dealing with. For instance, Hillary Clinton has been calling out drug makers ...

Looking for another sign that Hillary Clinton appears to have momentum over Donald Trump in the U.S presidential race? Check out healthcare stocks, specifically big drugmakers and biotechs. Clinton has promised to tackle the problem of high drug prices ...
Hillary Clinton's campaign was no fan of a major ballot measure to create a universal health care system -- at least according to newly released documents from her campaign chairman's email account.
Protect and expand on the Affordable Care Act, which has helped address discrimination in our health care system and brought health coverage to millions more women.
As advocates of closing the health insurance gap for 78,000 Idahoans, we would rather work with Clinton to improve the health care law than start all over with some new system. We can't go back to a time when people with pre-existing medical conditions ...
And, you know, on healthcare, this is kind of the enigma of Hillary Clinton. You know, over the last 30 years, she's played such a big role in healthcare. She understands the system probably better than anyone. But where she actually stands on the ...
Full stop: Hillary Clinton is the only candidate running who has ever done anything for millennials. Not Trump, Stein, or Johnson.
DENVER - Hillary Clinton's campaign wanted to avoid talking about health care and what at the time was a proposal for a single-payer system in Colorado supported by her primary opponent, Sen. ... United Healthcare Services, Inc. has contributed at ...
Looking for another sign that Hillary Clinton appears to have momentum over Donald Trump in the U.S presidential race? Check out healthcare stocks, specifically big drugmakers and biotechs. Clinton has promised to tackle the problem of high drug prices ...
Shares of health-care companies fell as a victory for Hillary Clinton the U.S. presidential election looked increasingly likely.
Hillary Clinton's campaign was no fan of a major ballot measure to create a universal health care system -- at least according to newly released documents from her campaign chairman's email account.
Protect and expand on the Affordable Care Act, which has helped address discrimination in our health care system and brought health coverage to millions more women.
After being largely ignored during the first presidential debate, the Affordable Care Act received a good deal of attention from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday night as they offered competing views on what to do next with the landmark ...
At the second 2016 presidential debate, held Sunday night at Washington University in St. Louis, Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton sparred over health care, taxes, jobs, and the economy. Both candidates agreed ...
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed during the second presidential debate Sunday over the future of President Barack Obama's signature health care law. AP. Sunday, October 09, 2016 09:46PM. WASHINGTON --. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ...
Donald Trump called the Affordable Care Act a "disaster" that he wants to repeal and that Hillary Clinton would make health care even worse. "She wants to go to a single-payer plan, which would be a disaster," Trump said during the presidential debate ...
On November 8, Americans will have the chance to go to the polls and elect the next president of the United States. Both major parties, Republican and Democrat, will make their cases to voters in the coming weeks.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton outlined her healthcare plan in a New England Journal of Medicine article; Republican Nominee Donald Trump did not respond to the publication's request to feature his plans.
She'll build on the progress we've made by increasing competition, choice, affordability and the number of Americans with insurance.
The candidates have squared off on whether or not the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's sweeping health-care reform law often referred to as Obamacare, should survive.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have talked about want to limit out-of-pocket costs for people but their plans take different shapes.
Serious candidates for office don't normally shun golden opportunities to outline their policies for an attentive audience. So when the New England Journal of Medicine invited the two top presidential candidates to describe their goals and plans for ...
In the hacked recording of a private conversation with campaign donors in February, Hillary Clinton distanced herself from progressive goals like "free college, ...
He says he would repeal the Affordable Care Act and give everyone something called a health savings account - that's pre-tax money to spend on your health care. Hillary Clinton would keep the ACA and strengthen it. Clinton would expand access to health ...
The idea is to create a government-run health care plan that would be an alternative to the private insurance plans offered under the Affordable Care Act, or provide a fallback in markets where insurers have been pulling out.
Implementing two of Hillary Clinton's key healthcare proposals would present slew of potential costs--and benefits--for consumers and the health insurance industry, a new analysis shows.
The New England Journal of Medicine invited both presidential candidates to write an op-ed answering the following: "What specific changes in policy do you ...
Hillary Clinton's plan for improving U.S. health care is outlined in a leading medical journal today, and in her plan the candidate describes her goals to reduce prescription drug costs and spur more basic research into diseases.
Indeed, Bill Clinton's presidency was not marked by an excess of bipartisanship, and Hillary Clinton, rebuked for her health care bill, investigated for her business dealings, and forced to defend her husband as Republicans moved to impeach him ...
2) Increase a veteran's ability to access quality health care. A veteran should have the right to go to any hospital in the U.S.
Washington (CNN) Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have very different views on how to manage health care in the US. Clinton has made many claims and statements about the issue.
For the longest time, I felt ashamed when people told me that they believe I will be voting for Hillary Clinton simply because she is a woman.
FILE - In this Oct. 28, 1993 file photo, first lady Hillary Clinton, holding a copy of the Clinton health-care plan, kicks off a three-state campaign with a visit to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
health care: Trump has said he would repeal the Affordable Care Act signed into law by President Barack Obama and "replace it with something terrific, for far less money for the country and for the people.


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