Commentary articles

New Pharmacy Arrangements Cause Harm to Drug Program

By Kyle Keeney, PhD One of the most important functions of our elected leaders in Washington is ensuring that the programs they create are working as intended. Without proper oversight and periodic maintenance, even the most well-intentioned of programs can run astray. Such is the case with 340B, a little-known health care program Congress created

KMA president in an unprecedented year

By Emily Schott The recently installed president of the Kentucky Medical Association (KMA) feels he has “big shoes to fill.” Dale Toney, MD, an internist at the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital, feels that way for many reasons. Earlier this spring, the Lexington Medical Society (LMS) nominated him for the position of KMA

The importance of our state’s mask mandate

By Monalisa Tailor, MD, Lewis Hargett, MD and Heidi Marguilis Recently, the physicians of the Greater Louisville Medical Society, the Falls City Medical Society, and local community leaders on the Louisville Metro Board of Health, reached out to our members to get their thoughts on our state’s mask mandate. I ask every patient I see