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Daily news and analysis on the hottest issue in health care reform – federal and state requirements for the health insurance exchanges. Our latest news service, Health Exchange Alert, is a must-read for policy professionals who need to stay ahead of the news curve on the fast-paced health exchange policy debate. Subscriptions include daily updates with links that connect you to the news as it happens, plus a weekly newsletter to make sure you're current on all the latest policy developments. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-416-8505 to find out more.
FDA Week is a weekly "insider" newsletter covering public policymaking surrounding the Food and Drug Administration's regulation of drugs, devices, food safety and related areas. FDA Week delivers out-ahead news that is often found nowhere else in print. It has become must-reading for the top regulatory professionals in Washington and has a national reputation for being the best news source on what will happen next at the agency.
In the tradition of all Inside Washington Publishers' newsletters, the weekly Inside CMS covers Medicare and Medicaid from the inside out - delivering exclusive stories on the behind-the-scenes posturing, policymaking and paperwork for these mega-billion-dollar programs. Top professionals in health insurance, the provider industry, the administration and Congress find Inside CMS indispensable because it allows readers to influence policies before they are cast into stone.
A feature offering daily in-depth coverage on implementation of the new health reform law.
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