Washington State Medical Association talks opioid epidemic, rising pharmaceutical prices in Washington state

Olivia Fuller / September 2, 2016

Ray C. Hsiao WSMA Headshot

The Washington State Medical Association (WSMA) published two recent op-eds on leading medical issues impacting Washington State.

Jennifer Lawrence Hanscom, CEO, unpacks the negative effects that rising pharmaceutical prices will have on public health if left unchecked. Read the full story in The Seattle Times here.

In another recent article in The Olympian, WSMA President Ray Hsiao, MD discusses ways that the medical community can take action to address opioid addiction and overdose. Read the full story here.

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Olivia is a passionate multimedia communicator with experience in journalism, audio and video production and social media. She assists with public relations at The Fearey Group as an account coordinator while finishing up her degree in journalism with three minors in international studies, political science and human rights from the University of Washington. During her college years, she has interned at the Seattle Globalist, My Edmonds News and KING 5 News and continues to serve as the executive producer of The Daily Video at UW. As a Colorado native and resident of Seattle, her recipe for survival depends on outdoor adventures, music shows and coffee.