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Republicans from the House, Senate and White House gathered in Philadelphia this week searching, among other things, for some agreement on how exactly to “repeal and replace” the federal health law. By the end of the second day of the…
Across California — and in the five other states where medical aid-in-dying is now legal—many hospitals and doctors are not obligated to prescribe medication.
Nearly seven years after its passage, Republicans still have no consensus on how to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
When it comes to health care, there are many different types of costs: those for governments, employers and individuals. And those costs don’t always go up and down at the same time.
Formal regulations would take time to undo, because they must follow a lengthy process allowing for public comment. But there are several measures Trump could take on Day One of his presidency to cripple the law’s effectiveness.
In this year’s presidential campaign, health care has taken a back seat. But one issue appears to be breaking through: the rising cost of prescription drugs.
Still, between 2013 and 2015, the first two full years the health law was in effect, the uninsured rate dropped by more than 4 percentage points. Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans with insurance for at least some part of the…
Teen pregnancy is way down. And a study suggests that the reason is increased, and increasingly effective, use of contraceptives.
Most health policy analysts — including those who are sympathetic to the idea — say moving from the current U.S. public-private hybrid health system to one fully funded by the government in one step is basically impossible.
References to the Affordable Care Act — sometimes called Obamacare — have been a regular feature of the current presidential campaign season. Here are five more health issues candidates should be discussing.
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