Clinical Trials Arena May 21, 2024
Joshua Silverwood

As the 2024 US Election begins to pick up steam, the Biden administration is already trying to remind voters of past success while challenging healthcare pricing.

As a presidential election looms in the US, the incumbent democratic party has made strides to win over public, party and investor confidence through small reforms to healthcare.

Current US president and soon-to-be electoral candidate, Joe Biden, is expected to lean on his historic experience of legislating healthcare as one of the key talking points on an upcoming campaign trail, especially given a recent poll conducted by analytics company Gallup found that 51% of Americans care ‘a great deal’ about the availability and affordability of healthcare. It also highlighted how the issue is of...

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Topics: ACA (Affordable Care Act), Congress / White House, Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Insurance, Patient / Consumer, Pricing / Spending, Survey / Study, Trends
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