Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday he's going to give battered House Republicans another crack at a healthcare overhaul. But he offered no timeline, and leaders haven't resolved how to overcome the deep GOP divisions that crumpled their legislation last week in a humiliating retreat for themselves and...
President Donald Trump's executive order to roll back Obama-era rules to address climate change will set back public health initiatives, environmental advocates said Tuesday.
Enrollment on the Affordable Care Act's federal marketplaces dropped almost everywhere this year, amid the Republican push for the healthcare law's repeal and the widespread sentiment that the insurance exchanges were going under. But Utah was a spot of hope for Obamacare supporters.
Banner Health posted healthy income gains in 2016 despite a $153.8 million operating loss in its insurance operations.
The U.S. Justice Department has joined another whistle-blower lawsuit against UnitedHealth Group that alleges the insurer fraudulently billed the Medicare program by claiming patients were sicker than they were.
The fate of the legislation is now in the hands of Kansas Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, who previously signaled he would veto the bill.
Even as the number of Americans without health insurance is at a record low, Chicago hospitals are wrestling with a metastasizing problem: bad debt.
LifeSource Health Inc. has signed agreements in Ohio to give Emergency Medical Technicians access to a patient's health information during an emergency run, according to a news release.
The makers of three popular health-related mobile apps have reached settlements with the New York attorney general's office over allegations that they could have harmed consumers by giving them wrong or misleading results.
Detroit Medical Center has received federal approval for a corrective action plan in response to a surprise inspection in January in which Medicare hospital quality inspectors found numerous violations of federal infection control and patient safety rules.
Donald Fisher, longtime president and CEO of AMGA, formerly the American Medical Group Association, died Sunday from cancer. He was 71.
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