In recognition of the 74th anniversary of D-Day, President Donald Trump is expected to sign into law the so-called Mission Act. This is the hotly debated and long-awaited set of reforms to the VA Choice program.
The trade group for independent oncologists sued the federal government over the Medicare sequester cut to Part B drugs, arguing that Congress never gave HHS authority to change the reimbursement formula.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing employers to require workers to sign individual arbitration agreements could sharply reduce class-action lawsuits against healthcare companies claiming violations of federal and state rules on wages, hours, and sexual and racial discrimination.
Long-anticipated reforms to VA Choice await President Donald Trump's signature with backing from both parties. But reimbursement questions linger, and the politics are unlikely to go away.
In the week ahead, regulators will look at ways to curb the opioid crisis and tobacco use.
The land where Scotch whisky was born has introduced a long-debated public health initiative—discouraging problem drinking by setting minimum prices for booze.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers introduced a bill to delay the health insurance tax until 2021. This would be the third delay of the Affordable Care Act taxes on the industry.
Hospitals are urging HHS not to delay a rule that would set new ceiling prices for the 340B drug discount program. If the delay happens, 340B providers would be on the hook for high drug costs.
A Maine state judge said Thursday that Gov. Paul LePage's administration has a "duty to enforce" a voter-passed law to expand Medicaid to low-income adults.
The U.S. Justice Department charged a former investigator for health insurer Anthem Blue Cross, a physician and three others for submitting false claims to insurers.
HHS released proposed regulations that would block Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers from receiving Title X family planning funds as well as ban any abortion referrals.
Four former University of Southern California students sued the school and a former campus gynecologist who they accuse of molesting patients over decades as a "serial sexual predator," according to a court filing Monday.