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March 11, 2019 | Daily News

The White House’s fiscal 2020 skinny budget released Monday (March 11) increases focus on FDA-related proposals that the administration believes could help lower drug costs by increasing competition.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration is doubling down on some of its most controversial Medicaid policies by proposing in its 2020 budget to impose mandatory work requirements, make it easier for states to eliminate non-emergency medical transportation, and allow higher copayments when beneficiaries seek non-emergency care at the emergency room.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration’s 2020 budget includes more than two dozen recommendations for lowering prescription drug prices, including new ideas to punish drug makers for pay-for-delay settlements and to prohibit companies from using authorized generics to game Medicaid rebates.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget, released Monday (March 11), would cut $1.5 trillion from Medicaid over the next decade by proposing mandatory work requirements nationwide, repealing Medicaid expansion and proposing block grants or per-capita caps for states.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

FDA experts applauded President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget request, which includes large increases for FDA, including a net $362 million boost for the agency’s taxpayer-paid budget authority, a $120 million increase for its user fee programs and $161 for new user fee programs.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

President Donald Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget again calls for giving the Health Resources and Services Administration more authority over the 340B program, creating a user-fee program and tying Medicare reimbursement for 340B drugs to hospitals’ uncompensated care percentages.

March 11, 2019 | Daily News

The White House’s proposed 2020 fiscal year includes a proposal to end no-cost subsidized exchange plans, requiring every individual on the federal exchanges to contribute to their health coverage, and also a proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act modeled after the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill that would turn over much of health care to the states.

March 05, 2019 | Daily News

HHS Secretary Alex Azar will testify about drug prices Tuesday (March 12) at a House Energy & Commerce health subcommittee hearing on the president’s 2020 budget, which the administration will unveil Monday, according to an E&C release.

February 25, 2019 | Daily News

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb and Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response Frank Yiannas on Monday (Feb. 25) promoted the agency’s food safety goals and programs in a statement that one food safety advocate believes is largely aspirational, as the agency does not have additional resources to help staff its foreign offices and conduct more import inspections.

February 14, 2019 | Daily News

FDA stakeholders are applauding the $269 million increase in FDA funding included in a government spending package to be voted on Thursday (Feb. 14) to avert another shutdown.

February 14, 2019 | Daily News

FDA stakeholders are applauding the $269 million increase in FDA funding included in a government spending package passed by Congress Thursday (Feb. 14) to avert another shutdown.

February 06, 2019 | Daily News

Despite warnings from the medical device industry that FDA would be slammed by a backlog of medical product applications that piled up during the shutdown, a former FDA advisory told Inside Health Policy the agency’s user fee-funded activities should return to normal operations and workload shortly.

February 04, 2019 | Daily News

A week after the temporary end of a month-long partial government shutdown, the stakes are high for FDA as lawmakers and the White House resume talks on a possible deal to fund the government when the short-term spending bill ends Feb. 15.

January 28, 2019 | Daily News

FDA drug center chief Janet Woodcock warned her staff on Monday (Jan. 28) that progress on rules and guidances might be slower than usual as the agency recovers from a month-long partial government shutdown that left 41 percent of its staff furloughed.

January 25, 2019 | Daily News

An FDA advocacy group is stumped as to how FDA will resume operations and receive funding from Congress after President Donald Trump agreed on Friday (Jan. 25) to reopen the federal government for three weeks.

January 24, 2019 | Daily News

Top medical device lobbyists are pitching a legislative proposal that would let FDA accept user fees for new device applications during the partial federal government shutdown. Lobbyists say the proposal would prevent the agency’s device center from running out of funding during the shutdown and allow reviewers to work on a growing backlog of new device submissions.

January 11, 2019 | Daily News

The Congressional Budget Office released a statement Friday (Jan. 11) that their report determining if enacted legislation for the current fiscal year exceeds discretionary budget limits will be delayed until funding for all 12 annual appropriations bills can be accounted for.

January 11, 2019 | Daily News

As the partial government shutdown hits its third week, 33 Senate Democrats penned a letter to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Friday (Jan. 11) asking the agency chief how his staff has scaled back oversight of food and medical products; how a shutdown could hinder approval of new medical products and what the agency is doing to address the financial hardship of its staff, 41 percent of whom are furloughed.

January 11, 2019 | Daily News

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb took to twitter on Friday (Jan. 11) to assure stakeholders that, despite the three-week-old partial government shutdown, FDA is “continuing to prioritize our device safety work both before AND after medical devices come to market.”

January 11, 2019 | Daily News

As the partial government shutdown nears its third week, FDA is working to restart inspections of domestic high-risk food facilities, though the furloughed workers who perform those inspections will likely go unpaid until the shutdown ends, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted on Jan. 9

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