From 2016 to 2019, more people say the ACA has helped them or their families across income level. Fewer say it has hurt.
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Almost Three-Quarters of Antiretrovirals Covered by Medicare Part D Had List Price Increases Above Inflation Between 2016 and 2017
Among the 10 Antiretrovirals with the Highest Part D Spending in 2017, All Had List Price Increases Exceeding Inflation
In the past two weeks in April, confirmed cases of COVID-19 increased by over 1 million worldwide. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
Based on an analysis of electronic health records, Black, Hispanic, and Asian patients had significantly higher rates of hospitalization and death compared to their White counterparts.
The United States’ excess deaths count per 100,00 people is higher this year than that for comparable countries, which is likely to increase the mortality gap between the U.S. and peer countries. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
States are making varied gains in testing their populations for coronavirus. In this Chart of the Week, see how the number of tests with results has changed across states’ populations since April 28, 2020.
This graphic shows that access to abortion will be increasingly difficult for people living in Louisiana if SCOTUS upholds the state’s hospital admitting privileges law.