The list includes dwindling trust funds for Social Security and Medicare and potential bubbles in the housing and stock markets.
A federal judge has issued an injunction to the Medicare rule change, saying the administration rushed it through.
Will a surge in enrollments prompted by the pandemic mean cuts to benefits?
Some supplemental plans offer benefits that are related to health care, like access to meal delivery services or transportation to medical appointments.
A quarter of adults in their 50s and early 60s worry about paying for health insurance.
Insurance brokers have built businesses in educating consumers and selling them Medicare plans.
Medicare is increasing reimbursement rates for certain low-wage hospitals, but not everyone supports the change.
The answer comes down to one key tactic: negotiation.
If a person without authorization to be in the U.S. can afford it, they can purchase nongovernment-subsidized insurance. But few jobs pay enough.
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.