The American Medical Association called on Congress to vote down the amended American Health Care Act, claiming millions will lose coverage if it becomes law.
A new report by advocates for Michigan's public Medicaid behavioral health system estimates it has saved the state $5.3 billion over the past 18 years, and would save an additional $7.4 billion through 2024 using their patient-centered and integrated care model.
HHS Secretary Tom Price has tipped his hand and revealed some potentially controversial stances on his preferred measures for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
Making the case for a Republican repeal and replacement of his predecessor's healthcare law, President Donald Trump reached for a dire-sounding argument that's unsupported by the data.
Sanford Health sued the U.S. government to recoup unpaid payments under the ACA's risk-corridor program, but it's looking less and less likely that the feds will ever pay up.
Time for talk running out, President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned wavering House Republicans that their jobs were on the line in next year's elections if they failed to back a GOP bill that would upend Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.
The New York mayor's turnaround plan for the public health system relies on uncertain government payments, according to a new report
Federal auditors are looking into whether the Orphan Drug Act still serves its intended purpose and whether drugmakers may be abusing its incentives to maximize profits.
Intermountain Healthcare, whose telehealth system is among the most advanced in the country, is using the technology to extend its specialists' skills into the smaller community hospitals and rural locations in its network.
The co-founder of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of causing the deaths of 25 people but convicted of other racketeering charges in a nationwide meningitis outbreak in 2012.
Discussions about repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act point to its shortcomings and how a new program will be better. However, the current process is repeating a fundamental error in crafting the ACA—it was implemented backwards.
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