Republican lawmakers were meeting Wednesday to consider how to rescue the GOP drive to repeal much of President Barack Obama's health care law.
By Tom Murphy, Associated Press
As the political drama over health care legislation in Washington fades, the rest of the country faces a more immediate concern: Getting insurance for next year.
By PBS NewsHour
Dr. Mario Molina of Molina Healthcare, an insurance executive whose business is focused on Medicaid patients, is concerned about the way the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act will not only affect patients on Medicaid, but cause major…
By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
Should people bother paying the penalty for not having health insurance when they file their taxes this year if Obamacare is repealed?…
Health care “super-utilizers” make up just 5 percent of the U.S. population but they account for 50 percent of health care spending. As health care costs continue to rise, providers are trying to figure out how to find these patients…
By Associated Press
Top Republicans said Sunday they'll move quickly to enact a new health care law, but they won't say what might replace President Barack Obama's version.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
The plan is for Congress to first use a special budget-related procedure to repeal major portions of the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, next year. The effective date of that repeal would be delayed by months or years to give…
By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News and Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project
INDIANAPOLIS — Before he went to prison, Ernest killed his 2-year-old daughter in the grip of a psychotic delusion. When the Indiana Department of Correction released him in 2015, he was terrified something awful might happen again.
By Sheila Kaplan, STAT
Trump's nominee to be secretary of health and human services, Rep. Tom Price, could have conflicts of his own.
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