Two executives—Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente, and Robert Pearl, CEO of The Permanente Medical Group—recently became patients themselves, and although both penned praise of their physicians and caregivers, one also offered some difficult reflections on the frustrations of being a patient.
White House officials in separate meetings with members of the moderate Tuesday Group and conservative House Freedom Caucus discussed changing Affordable Care Act provisions on hospitalization coverage, not charging sick patients more for insurance, and others.
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