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Empowering patients through price transparency

Empowering patients through price transparency

This article was originally published in the Washington Examiner By Brett Guthrie In the first few months of the 118th Congress , the Republican House majority has already delivered wins in holding the Biden administration accountable and advancing solutions to help the public live healthier and longer lives. We have passed a number of important policies, including one finally

Kentucky Hospitals Suffer Unprecedented Financial Losses

In 2022, Kentucky hospitals faced their most challenging year financially since the start of the pandemic. Inflation, record-high operating costs, and lower volumes led to unprecedented financial losses according to a new study by Kaufman Hall, which estimates 38% of the state’s hospitals are now at risk of closure. The study, prepared by Kaufman Hall

RELEASE: Travel to Hope Provides More Than 120 Trips for Cancer Patients to Access Lifesaving Treatment

Travel to Hope Provides More Than 120 Trips for Cancer Patients to Access Lifesaving Treatment Louisville, Ky. (March 8, 2023)– Travel to Hope, a Kentucky-based organization helping cancer patients travel for the life-sustaining care they need, is proud to announce it has funded more than 120 patient trips to treatment, a major milestone since launching

Rep. Moser files legislation aimed at improving health outcomes in Kentucky

Rep. Kim Moser introduced legislation that would increase access to biomarker testing, which can help determine the best treatment plan for a specific patient. Despite its benefits, access to biomarker testing has not kept pace with the rate of innovation due to several barriers, including lack of coverage by private health insurance and Medicaid programs, which

Home is Where Health Is

By Dr. Michael Aragon If we bank, shop, work, play, and socialize from home, why can’t we also receive our healthcare where we live? Now, with advanced technologies and flexible care delivery options, this option is becoming a reality. Home healthcare, a $336 billion global industry in 2021, is projected to grow at an 8%


800,000 people in the metro area – known for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and as the birthplace of aviation – Dayton has significant healthcare assets. Big players include CareSource and the Air Force Research Lab. Innovators include Quartet RX / P&C Pharma and Ischemia Care. Primary health systems are Kettering, Dayton Children’s and Premier. Wright