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Former execs said the founder, who stepped down as CEO this year, contributed to the troubles through poor management. This fall, the new CEO negotiated a raise to $405,000. He said he was deferring the raise, but that he deserved to be compensated for the risk he was assuming.
The move surprised many scientists because their work was financed by government and private sources. This fall, the TB vaccine effort entered into an NIH contract worth up to $45 million. But the institute, the Infectious Disease Research Institute, had struggled for years.
A major university is telling students on Medicaid: buy private insurance plan, or drop out. Students who are on Medicaid are, by definition, low income. Some who can't afford the premium — $1,500 per year — say they're going to have to quit school.
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President Trump is expected to nominate a cancer researcher, Dr. Stephen Hahn, as the next leader of the F.D.A. Some former F.D.A. commissioners said he will experience a steep learning curve as a Washington outsider. https://nyti.ms/2WwDQbs
It looks like this will happen today.
The political challenge of trying to aggressively constrain how much hospitals, doctors and pharma are paid cannot be understated... https://twitter.com/larry_levitt/status/1190270334227943424 …
The political challenge is also a practical challenge: the impact of dramatically overhauling the American health system -- particularly the question of jobs and income. Maybe you don't like your insurer, but what about your hospital and doctor?