The employer-provided health insurance losses projected to come could cost the U.S. economy another 1.5 million to 2.5 million jobs.
Patients may like the sound of "Medicare-for-all," but for many of the hospitals and doctors who would treat them, it's a nonstarter.
Medicare Advantage was once in jeopardy, too. But then Congress stepped in.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced it would cut Obamacare advertising money by $90 million, a 90 percent overall cut. The money was meant to be used to encourage people to sign up for insurance coverage. To critics, this is just another sign the Trump Administration is trying to sabotage the law that […]
Many generic drugs have become so cheap, they have pencil-thin profit margins.
It started with a national wage cap during WWII.
'There's a huge amount of froth and churn that we're trying to navigate,' says Covered California's executive director.
With the future of the Affordable Care Act uncertain, some states anticipate greater reductions by Congress.