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About InsideHealthPolicy

InsideHealthPolicy is a subscription-fee-based daily online/newsletter service from Inside Washington Publishers, a company with over four decades of experience publishing inside news from Washington, DC. InsideHealthPolicy is constantly updated with news from the staff of our newsletters - Inside Drug Pricing, Health Exchange Alert, Inside CMS, and FDA Week - plus daily blog entries and hand-picked documents, placed in a fully searchable document/news archive. It also offers special news sections such as the ACA, health reform, coronavirus, Congress, Medicare, drug pricing, and food safety. Another feature is our Morning and Afternoon Headlines e-mail alerts - sent each business day with the latest from the site to keep you on top of critical news.

Features

  • Daily News - Several times a day, we post exclusive news on health policymaking by the agencies and Congress.
  • The Vitals - A health policy blog.
  • Health Policy Documents - an exclusive database which includes policy papers, comments, draft and final regulations, court decisions, legislative drafts, state proceedings, and many other types of information of immediate interest.
  • Instant Access to the current issues of Inside CMS, FDA Week, Inside Drug Pricing and Health Exchange Alert. Subscribers can gain instant access to their latest issue (available within hours after the issue closes), and can print a copy, read the issue or individual articles, or search the issue by subject. Print editions of 3 of our 4 newsletters are also mailed (with hand-delivery availability in Washington, DC.) Inside Drug Pricing is only available electronically through InsideHealthPolicy.
  • Special news sections on over 20 topics including the ACA, Health Reform, Coronavirus, Congress, Medicare, Food Safety and more.
  • Daily E-mail Alerts - we will notify you every business morning and afternoon of the latest news added to the website. Depending on your newsletter subscription, we will also notify you when the latest issues of Inside CMS, FDA Week, Inside Drug Pricing and Health Exchange Alert have been posted.

Newsletters

Pricing

Pricing for InsideHealthPolicy is based on two components: a subscription to one or more underlying print publications, currently $705 per year for Health Exchange Alert, FDA Week, Inside Drug Pricing or Inside CMS ($755 per year outside the U.S. and Canada), plus an online access fee of $300 for a single user. Thus, if you are not currently a subscriber to any of our health newsletters, the cost of a single user subscription is a total of $1005 per year, which includes one year of online access to InsideHealthPolicy and an annual subscription to Health Exchange Alert, Inside CMS, Inside Drug Pricing or FDA Week.

If you already subscribe to one or more of the IWP health newsletters, you can add a single-user license to InsideHealthPolicy for $300 per year. Note that the underlying print subscription(s) must be maintained in order to access InsideHealthPolicy.

You can request a subscription via email at ihp@iwpnews.com, or by calling Customer Service at 800-424-9068 or 703-416-8505. Our customer service representatives will supply you with a username and password and explain our terms and conditions of use.

Multiple Users

As with single user licenses above, corporate single-location licenses for up to four users are made up of two components -- $705 for a subscription to an underlying print publication plus an online access fee of $600 a year to allow access by four assigned users. Above four users, site licenses are negotiated on a case-by-case basis. The per-user price can drop dramatically for expanded organization-wide access. The access fees can cost less than a trip to Starbucks per week per user depending on the number of users and locations.

Access

InsideHealthPolicy can be accessed from any relatively recent web browser. The only additional software that some users may require is a copy of Adobe's Acrobat Reader software, which can be downloaded at no charge from www.adobe.com. Printable copies of the newsletters on InsideHealthPolicy are prepared using Adobe Acrobat, in order to retain the original look of the paper copy.

Free Trials

A trial is completely free and there is no obligation. At the end of your trial, we will invite you to subscribe. If you don't subscribe, your access will automatically expire. You are not obligated to take any further action. You can request a trial via email to ihp@iwpnews.com, or by calling Customer Service at 800-424-9068 or 703-416-8505. After supplying some basic information, you will be assigned a trial username and password automatically.

Customer Service

InsideHealthPolicy maintains a customer-service department that can help answer most questions you may have about your account. When you are experiencing technical problems or have editorial questions, our customer-service representatives also can help you get answers quickly and efficiently.

You can contact customer service by e-mail at ihp@iwpnews.com or call (1-800-424-9068). Susan Szkotnicki will help you. You could also fax your requests to 1-703-416-8543.

Editorial Staff

News Office: 703-416-8572
Health Group Publisher: Donna Haseley

FDA Week
News Office: 703-416-8572
Managing Editor: Beth Wang

Inside CMS
News Office: 703-416-8577
Chief Editor: Michelle M. Stein
Contributing Editor: John Wilkerson
Contributing Editor: Amy Lotven

Inside Drug Pricing
News Office: 703-416-8572
Editor: John Wilkerson
Associate Editor: Ariel Cohen

Health Exchange Alert
Senior Editor: Amy Lotven

InsideHealthPolicy
News Office: 703-416-8577
Chief Editor: Donna Haseley

Contact Information

Inside Washington Publishers
1919 South Eads Street
Suite 100
Arlington, VA 22202

Phone: 1-800-424-9068
Fax: 1-703-416-8543

E-mail: healthpolicy@iwpnews.com

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Inside Washington Publishers

InsideHealthPolicy is a product of Inside Washington Publishers, which for over 40 years has provided exclusive, relevant news about the federal policymaking process to professionals who have a need to know about the process. It has groups of news services covering environment, climate, defense, U.S. and international trade policy, health care, OSHA, and cybersecurity.

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